A partner in the Boston office of Edwards Wildman Palmer LLP, Stan Keller has extensive experience in corporate and securities law, and has worked on regulatory developments with officials at all levels in the SEC. He chaired the American Bar Association's Committee on Federal Regulation of Securities during the height of the Sarbanes-Oxley era, and in that capacity had responsibility for interacting on behalf of the private bar with the SEC, other governmental officials and the stock exchanges. He was actively involved with the ABA's Task Force dealing with the SEC's attorney conduct rules, with the ABA Task Force on Corporate Responsibility and with the ABA Task Force on Attorney-Client Privilege. He currently chairs the ABA Legal Opinions Committee, having previously chaired the ABA's Audit Response Committee, and he is a member of the ABA's Corporate Laws Committee. He also is a member of the TriBar Opinion Committee and was the reporter for its Remedies Opinion Report and its report on Preferred Stock Opinions. Mr. Keller is co-chair of the Task Force on Revision of the Massachusetts Business Corporation Law, which drafted the new Massachusetts corporation statute, and chaired the Boston and Massachusetts Bar Associations' Business Law Sections. Mr. Keller lectures widely for continuing legal education organizations, and has written and edited many articles and treatises on corporate and securities law matters.