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Why You Should Attend
This program simulates a public offering from start to finish: from the initial kickoff meeting, to understanding how the law translates into the mechanics of doing an offering, to working with the SEC and applicable stock exchange, to the closing dinner. The “how to do it” approach includes the preparation of registration statements, the SEC review and comment process, stock exchange listing and pricing mechanics. The course will also highlight “hot” topics in the current environment.
What You Will Learn
• Explore the public offering process from beginning to end
• Learn to work effectively with the SEC – including registration, disclosure and publicity restrictions
• Focus on drafting key securities offering documentation
• Earn up to 2 hours Ethics CLE credit learning the importance of ethics in due diligence in the offering process - comfort letters, 10b-5 statements and in-house counsel considerations
Who Should Attend
This program is intended for counsel to issuers and underwriters and other attorneys whose practice involves public securities offerings and Rule 144A offerings.
Special Features: Earn up to two hours of Ethics credit
Program Level: All Levels
Intended Audience: This conference is designed for private practitioners, in-house corporate counsel to issuers and underwriters, and other attorneys whose practices involves public securities offerings and Rule 144A offerings.
Prerequisites: An interest in understanding a public offering from start to finish.
Advanced Preparation: None