What’s the Difference Between Section16.net & Section 16 Annual Service?

Although our online service on Section16.net and hard copy service through Romeo & Dye's Section 16 Annual Service are similar in some respects—they have several differences. Key differences include:

Only Section16.net has:

  • Access to "live" answers from Alan Dye in the Section 16 Q&A/Discussion Forum
  • Section 16 Practice Forms—with model plans, agreements, memos, etc.
  • Quarterly webcast programs, featuring subject matter experts and SEC staffers
  • Real-time announcements of major Section 16 developments

Only Romeo & Dye's Section 16 Annual Service has:

  • Romeo & Dye’s Section 16 Deskbook
  • Romeo & Dye’s Quarterly "Section 16 Updates" Newsletters on a current basis

How are Section16.net and Romeo & Dye's Section 16 Annual Service similar?

Both memberships include Romeo & Dye's Section 16 Forms & Filings Handbook. Section16.net offers the Handbook in electronic format, which some folks prefer because it is "word searchable" and handy to use with the Romeo & Dye Section 16 Filer. Some prefer the hard copy of the Handbook because it's an easy-to-use desktop reference that can be pulled from the shelf. Most Section 16 practitioners seem to use both!

Beyond that, there are few similarities between Section16.net and Romeo & Dye's Section 16 Annual Service. [Of course, both contain major contributions from the best Section 16 practitioners around, Peter Romeo and Alan Dye.]

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