"Alan Dye on the Latest Section 16 Developments"

Questions Posed for Today's Webcast

[Don't forget to Renew (or enter a trial) for 2004 in order to access the webcast]

Wednesday, January 14, 2004

4:00 – 5:30 pm, eastern time [archive and transcript to follow]

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Now that the SEC has completed its overhaul of Section 16, companies are facing a host of new challenges. As reflected by the many questions posed daily on the electronic forums of Section16.net and Naspp.com, the issues you face today vary widely in scope and complexity. To get the latest from the expert, join:

  • Alan Dye, Partner, Hogan & Hartson

Among many other topics, Alan will cover:

  • What are the latest issues that have arisen – and what you can do to resolve them
  • How practitioners are wrestling with the SEC’s new web-based system to make filings
  • What novel disclosure considerations exist for this proxy season
  • How to tweak your compliance program for all the new changes
  • Answers to any questions that you have posed to Alan in advance of the program

How to pose questions to Alan in advance of the program: If you wish Alan to address your questions during the program, send them to adye@Section16.net and indicate they are for the program. All questions will be treated confidentially.

How to access the webcast program: Visit Section16.net or NASPP.com—and click the link for the webcast. You need either Real Player or Windows Media to listen to the webcast. In addition, an audio archive of the webcast will be posted right after the program. If you are a member of NASPP.com or Section 16.net, you do not need to register for this program. The cost for non-subscribers is $495. Follow this link to sign up for the webcast only If you are not a member, we encourage you to take advantage of a no-risk trial to access the webcast.  

What you can do if you can’t access the live program: Please note that this program is a webcast—we will be answering questions in the last 30 minutes. If you have a scheduling conflict or have problems accessing webcasts generally (due to firewalls, etc.), a text transcript of the program will be posted on NASPP.com and Section16.net approximately one week after the live webcast.

The Electronic Filing Q&A Discussion Forum: If you haven’t yet discovered the new Q&A Discussion forum on Section16.net—in which users are raising real life Section 16 filing problems and where Alan Dye as well as several experienced filers are sharing their solutions—this feature is proving invaluable to those right now grappling with the new filing system.