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33rd Annual SEC Reporting & FASB Forum


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Please note that this program offers CPE Behavioral Ethics credits for accountants, not legal ethics credits for attorneys. Please check the credit calculator to the right for credit information for your jurisdiction.

Why You Should Attend

With the financial reporting world in a constant state of change, it’s challenging to keep up with new and evolving accounting standards, as well as regulations and policy shifts from the new administration.  The Annual Forum will provide key insights and updates from regulators, industry and topic experts.  Attendees will learn about FASB’s standard-setting agenda, as well as updates on rulemaking, interpretive guidance and enforcement actions from the SEC.  Our expert faculty will discuss implementation challenges and offer practical approaches to new and complex disclosure and accounting requirements.        

What You Will Learn

  • Implementation of FASB’s revenue recognition standard is looming large in our rear view mirror, with last minute issues and lots of disclosure
  • Updates on rulemaking and interpretive guidance in the SEC’s Division of Corporation Finance, plus hot topics in CorpFin’s comment process
  • Office of Chief Accountant frequent accounting consultation areas
  • Key accounting developments from the FASB: new accounting standards updates and updates in process
  • Shifting to leases implementation next year - implementation challenges
  • CECL and other financial instruments guidance and adoption issues
  • Key focus areas and hot topics throughout

Special feature:

  • Earn one full hour of CPE Behavioral Ethics credit 

Who Should Attend

SEC reporting professionals, including preparers of financial statements, partners of public accounting firms and their staff, lawyers and corporate legal staff, investor relations professionals, audit committee members, and others involved in preparation or review of financial statements. 

Prerequisites

None.  While not required, we recommend first attending the “SEC Reporting Skills Workshop” or prior experience with the SEC reporting process and use of the Instructions to Forms and Regulations S-K and S-X.

Preparation: None

Level of Knowledge: Overview

Cancellations

All cancellations received 3 business days prior to the program will be refunded 100%. If you do not cancel within the allotted time period, payment is due in full. You may substitute another individual to attend the program at any time.

Day One: 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

8:00  Welcome and Program Overview

Bob Laux, Carol A. Stacey

8:10   Current Developments in the SEC’s Division of Corporation Finance

  • Capital Formation and Other Recent Activity
    • Confidential Submissions of Draft Registration Statements
    • Delegated Authority under Rule 3-13 of Regulation S-X/Waiver Requests
    • Disclosure effectiveness
  • Non-GAAP measures and metrics
  • Working with the CF staff
  • CF role in the new accounting standards

Marti Bruketta, Jason K. Lawson  



10:15  Networking Break

10:30    Revenue Recognition – Focus on Disclosures and Last Minute Issues

  • Understanding the significant judgments involved
  • Qualitative and quantitative information on contracts with customers:
    • Contract assets and contract liabilities
    • Disaggregation of revenue
    • Contract balances and significant changes
    • Performance obligations
    • Significant judgments
  • Interim reporting
  • ICFR including ICFR for transition
  • MD&A’s Critical Accounting Estimates
  • Your SAB 74 disclosure should be great – Is it?
  • Last minute issues

Sandie Kim (Kulick), Gargi Ray 



12:00 Networking Lunch

1:00    MD&A, Gearing Up for Year-End Reporting

  • Will the changes at the top of the SEC change the discussion?
  • The impact of adopting the new revenue standard on MD&A
  • An update on Disclosure Effectiveness
  • What do investors want to see in MD&A - environmental, social, or governance (“ESG”)?
  • How to use non-GAAP measures and metrics to enhance the discussion
  • The potential impact of the PCAOB’s Auditor Reporting Standard
  • Focus areas for upcoming MD&As

Alfredo B. D. Silva



2:15 Lessons from SEC Comment Letters

  • Prep for drafting the next Form 10-K with a look at the most common comments in Reg S-K disclosure
  • What’s new in the Staff’s process?
  • Walk through the process with an example
  • Review of frequent accounting comments

Carol A. Stacey



3:30 Networking Break

3:45 Staying Out of Trouble – SEC Enforcement Update for Accountants

  • New administration, same approach?
  • Accounting fraud seems never-ending, what are the fraudsters up to now?
  • Focus on whether judgmental accounting issues are “being evaluated in good faith and based on GAAP”
  • Other issues attracting the attention of Enforcement
  • Is the focus still on gatekeepers?

Erin Schneider, Michael S. Dicke

(CFE Field of Study: Fraud)

5:00 Adjourn

Cocktail Reception

Day Two: 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

8:00 The FASB Update – Projects Completed and In Process

  • Recently completed projects
    • Business combination projects including definition of a business and goodwill impairment
    • Financial instruments classification, measurement, and CECL
    • Liabilities and equity – targeted improvements
    • Hedging
    • Improvements and simplification ASUs
  • Projects in-process
    • Improvements and simplification projects including improvements to nonemployee share-based payment accounting
    • Collaborative arrangements—targeted improvements
    • Insurance—targeted improvements to the accounting for long-duration contracts
  • EITF update
  • PCC issues that may affect registrants

Brian D. Powell  



9:30 Networking Break

9:45 Current Developments in the SEC’s Office of the Chief Accountant

  • Focus on implementation of new standards: revenue, leases and financial instruments
  • Recent accounting matters
    • Trends in accounting restatements
    • Most frequently consulted topics
    • Recent areas of consultations
  • Role and effectiveness of the audit committee
  • Professional practice update

Ruth Uejio



11:15 Business Ethics: SEC Enforcement Proceedings Show the Bad and the Ugly

  • We know what ethics and ethical behavior is…or do we?
  • Case studies using:
    • SEC enforcement actions

Carol A. Stacey

(CPE Field of Study: Behavioral Ethics)
(No legal ethics credit for this panel)


12:15 Networking Lunch

1:15  Preparing for Year End – SEC Reporting

  • All hands on deck as participants in the reporting process (controllers, auditors, counsel) discuss important issues for the upcoming 10-K, 10-Q and proxy, including:
    • Impact of the new administration on the SEC
    • Disclosure of impact of FASB major projects - revenue recognition, leases, CECL
    • Starting the dialogue on CAMs
    • Continuing focus on ICFR
    • Preparing for the proxy – focus on executive compensation disclosures
    • Start your topic list for the audit committee
    • Gearing up for the your Q1 filing disclosure - lots of new disclosure

Lisa Stimmell, Kevin T. McBride, Mac Ratke



2:30 Networking Break

2:45 Implementing FASB’s Leases Standard

  • Scope and identifying a lease
  • Lease classification and payments
  • Lessee accounting and presentation
  • Disclosures
  • Transition
  • Implementation considerations
  • Lessor accounting
  • Modifications
  • ICFR including ICFR for transition
  • Effective dates, and implementation and transition
  • SAB 74 disclosure
  • The state of leasing system solutions

Narayanan Balakrishnan

4:30   Adjourn

Co-Chair(s)
Bob Laux ~ North American Lead, International Integrated Reporting Council
Carol A. Stacey, MSA, CPA ~ Director, SEC Institute, a Division of PLI
Speaker(s)
Narayanan Balakrishnan ~ Partner, EY
Marti Bruketta ~ Managing Director – National Professional Services Group – SEC Services, PwC
Michael S. Dicke ~ Fenwick & West LLP
Sandie Kim (Kulick) ~ Partner, Professional Practice Group, Deloitte & Touche LLP
Jason K. Lawson ~ Business Assurance Partner, Moss Adams LLP
Kevin T. McBride ~ Corporate Controller, Vice President of Finance, Intel Corporation
Brian D. Powell ~ Executive Director - Financial Accounting Advisory Services , Ernst & Young LLP
Mac Ratke ~ Partner – Capital Markets/Financial Accounting Advisory Services, Ernst & Young LLP
Gargi Ray ~ VP- Global Head of Revenues, Infosys Limited
Erin Schneider ~ Associate Regional Director, Enforcement, U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission
Alfredo B. D. Silva ~ Morrison & Foerster LLP
Lisa Stimmell ~ Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati
Ruth Uejio ~ Professional Accounting Fellow, Office of the Chief Accountant, U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission
Program Attorney(s)
Robin D. Goldstein ~ Director & Sr. Program Attorney, PLI
Seminar and Hotel Accommodations

The Westin St. Francis San Francisco on Union Square, 335 Powell Street, San Francisco, CA 94102.  (415) 397-7000.  A block of rooms has been reserved for this program.  When calling, please mention the name of the program.  The cut off date for the preferred rate is November 21, 2017.  

Please note that this program offers CPE Behavioral Ethics credits for accountants, not legal ethics credits for attorneys. Please check the credit calculator to the right for credit information for your jurisdiction.

Why You Should Attend

With the financial reporting world in a constant state of change, it’s challenging to keep up with new and evolving accounting standards, as well as regulations and policy shifts from the new administration.  The Annual Forum will provide key insights and updates from regulators, industry and topic experts.  Attendees will learn about FASB’s standard-setting agenda, as well as updates on rulemaking, interpretive guidance and enforcement actions from the SEC.  Our expert faculty will discuss implementation challenges and offer practical approaches to new and complex disclosure and accounting requirements.        

What You Will Learn

  • Implementation of FASB’s revenue recognition standard is looming large in our rear view mirror, with last minute issues and lots of disclosure
  • Updates on rulemaking and interpretive guidance in the SEC’s Division of Corporation Finance, plus hot topics in CorpFin’s comment process
  • Office of Chief Accountant frequent accounting consultation areas
  • Key accounting developments from the FASB: new accounting standards updates and updates in process
  • Shifting to leases implementation next year - implementation challenges
  • CECL and other financial instruments guidance and adoption issues
  • Key focus areas and hot topics throughout

Special feature:

  • Earn one full hour of CPE Behavioral Ethics credit 

Who Should Attend

SEC reporting professionals, including preparers of financial statements, partners of public accounting firms and their staff, lawyers and corporate legal staff, investor relations professionals, audit committee members, and others involved in preparation or review of financial statements. 

Prerequisites

None.  While not required, we recommend first attending the “SEC Reporting Skills Workshop” or prior experience with the SEC reporting process and use of the Instructions to Forms and Regulations S-K and S-X.

Preparation: None

Level of Knowledge: Overview

Cancellations

All cancellations received 3 business days prior to the program will be refunded 100%. If you do not cancel within the allotted time period, payment is due in full. You may substitute another individual to attend the program at any time.

Day One: 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

8:00  Welcome and Program Overview

Doug E. Horne, Carol A. Stacey

8:10   Current Developments in the SEC’s Division of Corporation Finance

  • Capital Formation and Other Recent Activity
    • Confidential Submissions of Draft Registration Statements
    • Delegated Authority under Rule 3-13 of Regulation S-X/Waiver Requests
    • Disclosure effectiveness
  • Non-GAAP measures and metrics
  • Working with the CF staff
  • CF role in the new accounting standards

Wayne E. Carnall, Mark Kronforst, Carol A. Stacey



10:15  Networking Break

10:30    Revenue Recognition – Focus on Disclosures and Last Minute Issues

  • Understanding the significant judgments involved
  • Qualitative and quantitative information on contracts with customers:
    • Contract assets and contract liabilities
    • Disaggregation of revenue
    • Contract balances and significant changes
    • Performance obligations
    • Significant judgments
  • Interim reporting
  • ICFR including ICFR for transition
  • MD&A’s Critical Accounting Estimates
  • Your SAB 74 disclosure should be great – Is it?
  • Last minute issues

Eric C. Knachel, Heather Stanislaus



12:00 Networking Lunch

1:00    MD&A, Gearing Up for Year-End Reporting

  • Will the changes at the top of the SEC change the discussion?
  • The impact of adopting the new revenue standard on MD&A
  • An update on Disclosure Effectiveness
  • What do investors want to see in MD&A - environmental, social, or governance (“ESG”)?
  • How to use non-GAAP measures and metrics to enhance the discussion
  • The potential impact of the PCAOB’s Auditor Reporting Standard
  • Focus areas for upcoming MD&As

W. Brinkley Dickerson, Jr.



2:15 Lessons from SEC Comment Letters

  • Prep for drafting the next Form 10-K with a look at the most common comments in Reg S-K disclosure
  • What’s new in the Staff’s process?
  • Walk through the process with an example
  • Review of frequent accounting comments

Carol A. Stacey



3:30 Networking Break

3:45 Staying Out of Trouble – SEC Enforcement Update for Accountants

  • New administration, same approach?
  • Accounting fraud seems never-ending, what are the fraudsters up to now?
  • Focus on whether judgmental accounting issues are “being evaluated in good faith and based on GAAP”
  • Other issues attracting the attention of Enforcement
  • Is the focus still on gatekeepers?

Michael Maloney, Walter G. Ricciardi

5:00 Adjourn

Cocktail Reception

Day Two: 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

8:00 The FASB Update – Projects Completed and In Process

  • Recently completed projects
    • Business combination projects including definition of a business and goodwill impairment
    • Financial instruments classification, measurement, and CECL
    • Liabilities and equity – targeted improvements
    • Hedging
    • Improvements and simplification ASUs
  • Projects in-process
    • Improvements and simplification projects including improvements to nonemployee share-based payment accounting
    • Collaborative arrangements—targeted improvements
    • Insurance—targeted improvements to the accounting for long-duration contracts
  • EITF update
  • PCC issues that may affect registrants

Halie M. Creps, Jonathan Howard



9:30 Networking Break

9:45 Current Developments in the SEC’s Office of the Chief Accountant

  • Focus on implementation of new standards: revenue, leases and financial instruments
  • Recent accounting matters
    • Trends in accounting restatements
    • Most frequently consulted topics
    • Recent areas of consultations
  • Role and effectiveness of the audit committee
  • Professional practice update

Jonathan Wiggins



11:15 Business Ethics: SEC Enforcement Proceedings Show the Bad and the Ugly

  • We know what ethics and ethical behavior is…or do we?
  • Case studies using:
    • SEC enforcement actions

Carol A. Stacey



12:15 Networking Lunch

1:15  Preparing for Year End – SEC Reporting

  • All hands on deck as participants in the reporting process (controllers, auditors, counsel) discuss important issues for the upcoming 10-K, 10-Q and proxy, including:
    • Impact of the new administration on the SEC
    • Disclosure of impact of FASB major projects - revenue recognition, leases, CECL
    • Starting the dialogue on CAMs
    • Continuing focus on ICFR
    • Preparing for the proxy – focus on executive compensation disclosures
    • Start your topic list for the audit committee
    • Gearing up for the your Q1 filing disclosure - lots of new disclosure

Heather Dixon, Steven C. Jacobs, Thomas J. Kim



2:30 Networking Break

2:45 Implementing FASB’s Leases Standard

  • Scope and identifying a lease
  • Lease classification and payments
  • Lessee accounting and presentation
  • Disclosures
  • Transition
  • Implementation considerations
  • Lessor accounting
  • Modifications
  • ICFR including ICFR for transition
  • Effective dates, and implementation and transition
  • SAB 74 disclosure
  • The state of leasing system solutions

John Bober, Erik M. Lange

4:30   Adjourn

Co-Chair(s)
Douglas E. Horne ~ Senior Vice President & Controller, Time Warner, Inc.
Carol A. Stacey, MSA, CPA ~ Director, SEC Institute, a Division of PLI
Speaker(s)
John Bober ~ Managing Director and Global Technical Controller, GE Capital
Wayne E. Carnall ~ Partner, National Professional Services Group, PwC
Halie Creps ~ Partner, KPMG
W. Brinkley Dickerson ~ Troutman Sanders LLP
Heather Dixon ~ Vice President, Controller and Chief Accounting Officer, Aetna
Jonathan Howard ~ Partner – National Office Accounting Services, Deloitte & Touche
Steven C. Jacobs ~ Partner, Ernst & Young LLP
Thomas J. Kim ~ Sidley Austin LLP
Eric C. Knachel ~ Partner, Deloitte & Touche LLP
Mark Kronforst ~ Chief Accountant, Division of Corporation Finance, U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission
Erik M. Lange ~ Partner - Accounting Advisory Services, KPMG LLP
Michael F. Maloney ~ Chief Accountant, Division of Enforcement, U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission
Walter G. Ricciardi ~ Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison LLP
Heather Stanislaus ~ Director of Accounting Policy, Time Warner
Jonathan Wiggins ~ Associate Chief Accountant, Office of the Chief of Accountant, U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission
Program Attorney(s)
Robin D. Goldstein ~ Director & Sr. Program Attorney, PLI

New York Seminar Location and Hotel Accommodations

The Roosevelt Hotel, 45 East 45th Street, New York, NY 10017. (212) 661-9600.  A block of rooms has been reserved for this program.  Please call reservations at 1-888-833-3969 and mention PLI and the SECI Annual Meeting.  The cut off date for the preferred rate is November 27, 2017.

In addition, a block of rooms has been reserved at the Grand Hyatt Hotel, 109 E. 42nd Street, NY, NY.  A half block away for The Roosevelt.  Please call the hotel directly at 212-883-1234 and mention Practising Law Institute. The cutoff date for the preferred rate is November 27, 2017.

Please note that this program offers CPE Behavioral Ethics credits for accountants, not legal ethics credits for attorneys. Please check the credit calculator to the right for credit information for your jurisdiction.

Why You Should Attend

With the financial reporting world in a constant state of change, it’s challenging to keep up with new and evolving accounting standards, as well as regulations and policy shifts from the new administration.  The Annual Forum will provide key insights and updates from regulators, industry and topic experts.  Attendees will learn about FASB’s standard-setting agenda, as well as updates on rulemaking, interpretive guidance and enforcement actions from the SEC.  Our expert faculty will discuss implementation challenges and offer practical approaches to new and complex disclosure and accounting requirements.        

What You Will Learn

  • Implementation of FASB’s revenue recognition standard is looming large in our rear view mirror, with last minute issues and lots of disclosure
  • Updates on rulemaking and interpretive guidance in the SEC’s Division of Corporation Finance, plus hot topics in CorpFin’s comment process
  • Office of Chief Accountant frequent accounting consultation areas
  • Key accounting developments from the FASB: new accounting standards updates and updates in process
  • Shifting to leases implementation next year - implementation challenges
  • CECL and other financial instruments guidance and adoption issues
  • Key focus areas and hot topics throughout

Special feature:

  • Earn one full hour of CPE Behavioral Ethics credit 

Who Should Attend

SEC reporting professionals, including preparers of financial statements, partners of public accounting firms and their staff, lawyers and corporate legal staff, investor relations professionals, audit committee members, and others involved in preparation or review of financial statements. 

Prerequisites

None.  While not required, we recommend first attending the “SEC Reporting Skills Workshop” or prior experience with the SEC reporting process and use of the Instructions to Forms and Regulations S-K and S-X.

Preparation: None

Level of Knowledge: Overview

Cancellations

All cancellations received 3 business days prior to the program will be refunded 100%. If you do not cancel within the allotted time period, payment is due in full. You may substitute another individual to attend the program at any time.

Day One: 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

8:00  Welcome and Program Overview

Doug E. Horne, Carol A. Stacey

8:10   Current Developments in the SEC’s Division of Corporation Finance

  • Capital Formation and Other Recent Activity
    • Confidential Submissions of Draft Registration Statements
    • Delegated Authority under Rule 3-13 of Regulation S-X/Waiver Requests
    • Disclosure effectiveness
  • Non-GAAP measures and metrics
  • Working with the CF staff
  • CF role in the new accounting standards

Wayne E. Carnall, Mark Kronforst, Carol A. Stacey



10:15  Networking Break

10:30    Revenue Recognition – Focus on Disclosures and Last Minute Issues

  • Understanding the significant judgments involved
  • Qualitative and quantitative information on contracts with customers:
    • Contract assets and contract liabilities
    • Disaggregation of revenue
    • Contract balances and significant changes
    • Performance obligations
    • Significant judgments
  • Interim reporting
  • ICFR including ICFR for transition
  • MD&A’s Critical Accounting Estimates
  • Your SAB 74 disclosure should be great – Is it?
  • Last minute issues

Eric C. Knachel, Heather Stanislaus



12:00 Networking Lunch

1:00    MD&A, Gearing Up for Year-End Reporting

  • Will the changes at the top of the SEC change the discussion?
  • The impact of adopting the new revenue standard on MD&A
  • An update on Disclosure Effectiveness
  • What do investors want to see in MD&A - environmental, social, or governance (“ESG”)?
  • How to use non-GAAP measures and metrics to enhance the discussion
  • The potential impact of the PCAOB’s Auditor Reporting Standard
  • Focus areas for upcoming MD&As

W. Brinkley Dickerson, Jr.



2:15 Lessons from SEC Comment Letters

  • Prep for drafting the next Form 10-K with a look at the most common comments in Reg S-K disclosure
  • What’s new in the Staff’s process?
  • Walk through the process with an example
  • Review of frequent accounting comments

Carol A. Stacey



3:30 Networking Break

3:45 Staying Out of Trouble – SEC Enforcement Update for Accountants

  • New administration, same approach?
  • Accounting fraud seems never-ending, what are the fraudsters up to now?
  • Focus on whether judgmental accounting issues are “being evaluated in good faith and based on GAAP”
  • Other issues attracting the attention of Enforcement
  • Is the focus still on gatekeepers?

Michael Maloney, Walter G. Ricciardi

5:00 Adjourn

Cocktail Reception

Day Two: 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

8:00 The FASB Update – Projects Completed and In Process

  • Recently completed projects
    • Business combination projects including definition of a business and goodwill impairment
    • Financial instruments classification, measurement, and CECL
    • Liabilities and equity – targeted improvements
    • Hedging
    • Improvements and simplification ASUs
  • Projects in-process
    • Improvements and simplification projects including improvements to nonemployee share-based payment accounting
    • Collaborative arrangements—targeted improvements
    • Insurance—targeted improvements to the accounting for long-duration contracts
  • EITF update
  • PCC issues that may affect registrants

Halie M. Creps, Jonathan Howard



9:30 Networking Break

9:45 Current Developments in the SEC’s Office of the Chief Accountant

  • Focus on implementation of new standards: revenue, leases and financial instruments
  • Recent accounting matters
    • Trends in accounting restatements
    • Most frequently consulted topics
    • Recent areas of consultations
  • Role and effectiveness of the audit committee
  • Professional practice update

Jonathan Wiggins



11:15 Business Ethics: SEC Enforcement Proceedings Show the Bad and the Ugly

  • We know what ethics and ethical behavior is…or do we?
  • Case studies using:
    • SEC enforcement actions

Carol A. Stacey



12:15 Networking Lunch

1:15  Preparing for Year End – SEC Reporting

  • All hands on deck as participants in the reporting process (controllers, auditors, counsel) discuss important issues for the upcoming 10-K, 10-Q and proxy, including:
    • Impact of the new administration on the SEC
    • Disclosure of impact of FASB major projects - revenue recognition, leases, CECL
    • Starting the dialogue on CAMs
    • Continuing focus on ICFR
    • Preparing for the proxy – focus on executive compensation disclosures
    • Start your topic list for the audit committee
    • Gearing up for the your Q1 filing disclosure - lots of new disclosure

Heather Dixon, Steven C. Jacobs, Thomas J. Kim



2:30 Networking Break

2:45 Implementing FASB’s Leases Standard

  • Scope and identifying a lease
  • Lease classification and payments
  • Lessee accounting and presentation
  • Disclosures
  • Transition
  • Implementation considerations
  • Lessor accounting
  • Modifications
  • ICFR including ICFR for transition
  • Effective dates, and implementation and transition
  • SAB 74 disclosure
  • The state of leasing system solutions

John Bober, Erik M. Lange

4:30   Adjourn

Co-Chair(s)
Douglas E. Horne ~ Senior Vice President & Controller, Time Warner, Inc.
Carol A. Stacey, MSA, CPA ~ Director, SEC Institute, a Division of PLI
Speaker(s)
John Bober ~ Managing Director and Global Technical Controller, GE Capital
Wayne E. Carnall ~ Partner, National Professional Services Group, PwC
Halie Creps ~ Partner, KPMG
W. Brinkley Dickerson ~ Troutman Sanders LLP
Heather Dixon ~ Vice President, Controller and Chief Accounting Officer, Aetna
Jonathan Howard ~ Partner – National Office Accounting Services, Deloitte & Touche
Steven C. Jacobs ~ Partner, Ernst & Young LLP
Thomas J. Kim ~ Sidley Austin LLP
Eric C. Knachel ~ Partner, Deloitte & Touche LLP
Mark Kronforst ~ Chief Accountant, Division of Corporation Finance, U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission
Erik M. Lange ~ Partner - Accounting Advisory Services, KPMG LLP
Michael F. Maloney ~ Chief Accountant, Division of Enforcement, U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission
Walter G. Ricciardi ~ Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison LLP
Heather Stanislaus ~ Director of Accounting Policy, Time Warner
Jonathan Wiggins ~ Associate Chief Accountant, Office of the Chief of Accountant, U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission
Program Attorney(s)
Robin D. Goldstein ~ Director & Sr. Program Attorney, PLI
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