2020 Section 16 Changes with Alan Dye

Q&A and Practice Tips from the Expert

Wednesday, January 22, 2020

1:30 – 3:00 pm, eastern time [archive & transcript to follow]

Join this annual Q&A program for the latest developments and compliance requirements for Section 16, including the Section 16(b) plaintiff's bar. Get answers to:

  • What recent rule changes mean for your compliance program
  • The status of cases challenging the Rule 16b-3 exemption for tax withholding
  • What the latest issues are—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

Submit your questions in advance to adye@Section16.net.

About the Speaker

  • Alan Dye, Editor of Section16.net and Partner, Hogan Lovells

Continuing Education: This program qualifies for continuing education for Certified Equity Professionals (CEPs). Please keep a record of your attendance and refer to the CEP Institute standards to determine the amount of credit you can receive.

How to access the webcast program: Visit the home page of Section16.net on the day of the webcast - and you'll see a box in the middle with a link to the webcast. You need either HTML5, Flash or Windows Media to listen to the webcast - when you click the webcast link, our system will know which of these you are using. Here's our system requirements - and here's how to check your system. Here's why we don't show slides online for those programs that have course materials.

Cost: There is no charge for this program if you are a member of Section16.net for 2020. The webcast cost for non-members is $845.

Registration: Advanced registration is not required for Section16.net members. Non-members can email info@section16.net or call 800.737.1271 to register for the program.

What you can do if you can't access the live program: If you have a scheduling conflict or have problems accessing webcasts generally (due to firewalls, etc.), an audio archive of the webcast will be posted a few hours after the program - and a text transcript of the program will be posted on Section16.net about a week after the live webcast. We don't apply for CLE for any of our audio webcasts. If you want to download the audio after the webcast is over, we understand that you can do that with software called SoundLeech - or if you have an Apple device, download the Puffin app (which is a browser), then log-in as usual to our site and select "Listen via Flash."