WMACCA Corporate and Securities Forum: Conflicts Minerals – The Latest

WMACCA Corporate and Securities Forum: Conflicts Minerals – The Latest

Speaking Engagement
Last year, the SEC adopted controversial rules implementing the Dodd-Frank “conflict minerals” disclosure law. The rules will require disclosures by public companies whose products use minerals, such as tungsten, tin, gold and others, that may be sourced from the Democratic Republic of the Congo, and may also impact non-public suppliers of public companies. The rules have raised numerous interpretational and implementation issues as companies prepare for the first conflict minerals filings in 2014. Our panel will discuss the current best thinking on key issues and provide practical guidance based on companies’ planning to date.

WilmerHale Partner Thomas White will be a featured speaker at this event.

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