Alan Dye on the Latest Section 16 Developments

Q&A and Practice Tips from the Expert

Wednesday, January 29, 2014

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

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Section 16 practices continue to evolve as a result of SEC staff interpretations, Form 4 reporting issues, and Section 16(b) litigation, and companies and compliance personnel regularly are confronted with new challenges in keeping their advice and their compliance programs up to date. As reflected by the many questions posed daily on the electronic forums of and, the issues you face today vary widely in scope and complexity. To get the latest from the expert, join:

  • Alan Dye, Editor of and Partner of Hogan Lovells

Among many other topics, Alan will cover:

  • What are the latest issues—and what you can do to resolve them
  • Considerations to keep in mind for Form 5 reporting and Item 405 disclosures
  • How to keep your compliance program up to date
  • Answers to any questions that you have posed to Alan in advance of the program

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