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If you’re not registered for 55th Annual Institute on Securities Regulation but would like to view the SEC non-accredited segments (Commissioner Mark T. Uyeda’s Keynote and Director of Enforcement Gurbir Grewal's Q&A), please click here.
Why You Should Attend
The Institute on Securities Regulation brings together the nation’s leading securities and corporate legal experts to deliver practical information, insights and real-world strategies and solutions to the challenges facing you and your clients today.
What You Will Learn
After completing this program, you will have an understanding of
- The latest developments in the capital markets, including trends in IPOs, the impact of new SEC rules for 10b5-1 plans and buybacks, seasoned issuer offerings, and private company issues
- Current SEC regulatory priorities and what might be next
- Disclosure challenges for public companies
- Proxy season hot topics
- Accounting and auditing developments that companies, audit committees and counsel need to know
- Recent developments in Delaware law and the current state of M&A
- ESG climate updates and successfully navigating the crosswinds of ESG
- Enforcement priorities from state and federal regulators
- The defense perspective on civil and criminal enforcement priorities and trends
- Key considerations to consider when bringing, defending and resolving private securities litigation
Who Should Attend
Attorneys who want to expand their knowledge and keep up with all aspects of securities regulation, including senior in-house attorneys, attorneys with expertise in other fields and all attorneys interested in understanding securities laws and the latest best practices.
• Keynote Address by Commissioner Mark T. Uyeda, U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission
• Observations from the SEC’s Corporation Finance and Enforcement Directors
• New panels on Successfully Navigating the ESG Cross-Currents and The Year in Review: What Just Happened?
• Up to two hours of Ethics Credit
Program Level: Update
Intended Audience: Attorneys who want to expand their knowledge and keep up with all aspects of securities regulation, including senior in-house attorneys, attorneys with expertise in other fields and all attorneys interested in understanding securities laws and the latest best practices.
Prerequisites: An interest in securities regulations.
Advanced Preparation: None