Practising Law Institute: 45th Annual Securities Regulation Institute

Practising Law Institute: 45th Annual Securities Regulation Institute

Speaking Engagement
PLI’s Annual Institute on Securities Regulation has become one of the most highly anticipated annual reviews of the current state of securities, financial regulation and corporate law and practice. As there continue to be significant changes in the securities laws field—as a result of continued implementation of the Dodd-Frank Act, and other developments in capital formation, including changes to the IPO and private placement process brought about the JOBS Act, and continued aggressive enforcement efforts—the Institute strives to provide an important look at the current issues and relevant information.

WilmerHale Partner Meredith Cross will moderate a panel, "Social Media: Not Just Tweeting and Liking, But Understanding What’s Allowed and What Securities Lawyers Need to Know," which includes speakers Mike Johnson, Director and Associate General Counsel – Corporate/Securities/M&A of Facebook and Nicole Maddrey, Vice President, Deputy General Counsel and Assistant Secretary of The Washington Post Company.

WilmerHale Partner William R. McLucas will speak on a panel, “Not Your Father’s Ethics Environment - Is There Increased Scrutiny of Lawyers? What is the Truth and What are the Consequences?” which includes Richard M. Humes, Associate General Counsel, Office of General Counsel, US Securities and Exchange Commission.

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