Dunn to Speak at PLI's Securities Regulation InstituteNovember 4-6, 2009
O’Melveny partner Marty Dunn will be speaking at Practising Law Institute's (PLI's) 41st Annual Securities Regulation Institute, from November 4-6, held at the New York Hilton. This three-day seminar combines a comprehensive review of a recent regulatory developments, in-depth analysis of emerging issues, and practical insight on securities compliance, disclosures, corporate governance, and government enforcement.
Panelists will consider the following issues:
- Financial Markets and Regulatory Overview
- Capital Markets Transactions in Difficult Times
- Handling Disclosure Issues in the Current Environment
- What's on the Minds of General Counsels Today?
- Corporate Governance In Challenging Times
- Spotlight on Executive Compensation
- Delaware Corporate Law Developments
- M&A Practice Developments
- Government Enforcement Update
- Dealing with Private Securities Litigation
- Accounting Developments Lawyers Must Know
- Ethics Challenges for Business Lawyers
- Putting Your Professional Reputation and More on the Line
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