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2016 Securities and Business

The 38th Annual Conference on Securities and Business Law features comprehensive discussions of fiduciary duties and liabilities and best practices for preparing and responding to inquiries for those representing clients in business, financial and governance matters.  2016 highlights include: Focused series of presentations on Gatekeeper Duties and Liabilities, When It All Goes Wrong: Preparing for and Managing the Fallout, and Fiduciary Duties of Governing Persons of Business Entities Learn the latest about cybersecurity policies and protections and best practices for your office and your clients to be prepared for what’s next with Erin Nealy Cox, Stroz Friedberg, Dallas, TX, Associate Regional Director for Examinations Marshall M. Gandy, U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, Fort Worth, TX, and Richard J. Johnson, Jones Day, Dallas, TX John A. Terrill II, Heckscher, Teillon, Terrill & Sager P.C., West Conshohocken, PA, presents The Financial Action Task Force and the Role of Lawyers in Combating Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing A deep dive into the fiduciary duties of governing persons panel discussion led by Byron F. Egan, Jackson Walker, LLP, Dallas, TX, with Hon. Sam Glasscock III, Delaware Court of Chancery, Georgetown, DE, James R. Griffin, Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP, Redwood City, CA, Mark A. Morton, Potter Anderson & Corroon LLP, Wilmington, DE, and former Chief Justice of the Delaware Supreme Court, Myron T. Steele, Potter Anderson & Corroon LLP, Wilmington, DE The conference is jointly presented by The University of Texas School of Law, the Texas State Securities Board, the Fort Worth District Office of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, and the Business Law Section of the State Bar of Texas. more




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2015 Securities Regulation

The 37th Annual Conference on Securities Regulation and Business Law features comprehensive discussions of relevant topics for those representing or working for public or private companies on business, financial and governance matters. 2015 highlights include: Keynote Luncheon Presentation by SEC Commissioner Daniel M. Gallagher Igor Rozenblit, co-head of the SEC Private Funds Unit, Marc E. Elovitz, Schulte Roth & Zabel LLP, New York, NY, Toby Galloway, Kelly Hart & Hallman LLP, Fort Worth, TX, and David R. Woodcock, Director of the SEC Fort Worth Regional Office, discuss private funds exams and enforcement issues Coverage of how recent fiduciary duty cases affect advice to directors and officers of Delaware and Texas corporations Gerald J. Laporte, Former Chief of the SEC Office of Small Business Policy moderates a panel on the updates to Regulation D and Regulation A A deep dive look into the present and future for OTC companies more




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2014 Securities Regulation

The 36th Annual Conference on Securities Regulation and Business Law features an expansive array of relevant topics for those representing or working for public or private companies on business, financial and governance matters. 2014 program highlights include: In-depth discussion and case study re-creation of JOBS Act legislation and the impact of Rule 506(c) Analysis of liabilities for lawyers, bankers and accountants in securities transactions and the effect of SLUSA Coverage of how recent fiduciary duty cases affect advice to directors and officers of Delaware and Texas corporations Current federal enforcement and significant state regulatory trends and priorities Comprehensive look at the intersection between securities regulation and business law more




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2013 Securities Regulation

UT Law’s Conference on Securities Regulation and Business Law brings together leading SEC, TSSB and other regulatory officials, in-house counsel, securities and business law practitioners, along with Chief Justice Myron Steele of the Supreme Court of Delaware, to engage in comprehensive discussions on all the latest topics of interest to those working for or representing public or private companies on business, financial and governance matters. 2013 Conference highlights include: Remarks by Commissioner Troy A. Paredes, U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission Enforcement: Federal and State Initiatives with panelists David Woodcock and Matthew Martens of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission and Joseph Rotunda of the Texas State Securities Board How Recent Fiduciary Duty Cases Affect Advice to Directors and Officers of Delaware and Texas Corporations with Chief Justice Myron Steele, Supreme Court of Delaware, Charles Henry “Hank” Still, Attorney at Law, Byron Egan, Jackson Walker L.L.P., and Mark Morton, Potter Anderson & Corroon James R. Doty with the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board discusses global auditing Public Offerings By Emerging Growth Companies After the JOBS Act, with panelists Martin P. Dunn, O’Melveny & Myers LLP, Ryan R. Cox, Haynes and Boone, LLP, Tim Golumb, NASDAQ Stock Market , and Matthew R. Pacey, Vinson & Elkins LLP The Effects of the JOBS Act on Private Funds and Offerings with John Morgan, Texas State Securities Board, Lona Nallengara, U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, J. Rowland Cook, Winstead PC, and Taylor H. Wilson, Haynes and Boone, LLP  Crowdfunding presented by Benette L. Zivley, Munsch Hardt Kopf & Harr, P.C., Lona Nallengara, U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, Thomas M. Selman, FINRA, and Shawn Shillington, Baker Botts Innovative Sources of Capital for Energy and Mining Companies: Canadian Capital Pool Companies with panelists Carol Bavousett Mattick, Attorney at Law, Chester Jachimiec, Cross-Border Growth Partners, LLC, and Darrin Hopkins and Cameron Rees, Macquarie Private Wealth Inc. The program includes speakers representing internationally recognized companies and firms from across all sectors involved in securities regulation and business law and offers valuable networking opportunities at the Thursday evening reception, as well as during breaks throughout the conference. The Conference on Securities Regulation and Business Law is presented with the Texas State Securities Board, the Fort Worth Regional Office of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission and the Business Law Section of the State Bar of Texas. more



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2012 Securities Regulation

Join leading securities law experts, including practitioners, bankers, market makers, regulators and judges at the Belo Mansion in Dallas for two days of engaging topics, including:        • Shale Plays, Fracking and Other Hot Energy Topics Affecting Publicly Reporting Clients: Responses to         Increased Enforcement and Disclosure Scrutiny discussed by Gerard Pecht and James Prince      • Ladd Hirsch and George Parker Young debating the rights of shareholders in Ripe Fruit or Withered on         the Vine: Plaintiff and Defense Perspectives under Texas and Delaware Law      • When the Government Calls: Effective Strategies for Defending and Managing SEC and State         Investigations with K & L Gates’ Alan Berkeley and Stephen Korotash      • Practice and Legal Issues Involving Microcaps, Delisted Companies and OTC Companies with Leonard         Amoruso, Senior Managing Director of Knight Capital Group Inc., Daniel Zinn, General Counsel at OTC         Markets Group, Inc., and Wayne Whitaker      • Marty Dunn and Denise Voigt Crawford on Private Offerings in 2012: Current Issues and Developments,         plus Marty Dunn on SEC Current Developments: 2012 Updates      • 2011-2012 Key U.S. Supreme Court Decisions Involving Securities Law: The Landscape Reshaped with         Roger Greenberg, Noelle Reed, Marc Steinberg and David Sterling        • Fiduciary duty issues, cases, and commentary with the Delaware Supreme Court’s Hon. Jack Jacobs         and Byron Egan, Mark Morton and Hank Still      • David Woodcock, Director of the SEC Fort Worth Regional Office, Jason Scott Varnado of the U.S         Attorney’s Office, and David L. Peavler of the SEC on Enforcement: National and Regional SEC and DOJ         Initiatives      • 2.00 hours of ethics including 1.00 hour on Ten-Plus Rules of Ethical Decision Making with Mike         Maslanka Don’t miss this opportunity to join us for superb materials, A-list speakers from Texas, New York, and Delaware, and terrific networking opportunities, including buffet lunches and Thursday evening's reception. more



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2011 Securities Regulation

If you advise public or private companies on business, financial and governance matters, you don't want to miss this conference. Join Marty Dunn, Hon. Myron Steele, Rose Romero of the SEC, and Denise Voigt Crawford of the Texas State Securities Board as well as other leading SEC officials, in-house counsel, securities lawyers and key members of the business law bench and bar for an update and the latest developments on new SEC regulations, Dodd-Frank, fiduciary duties, and a variety of topics of interest to those representing public and private companies. Topics include: - Significant Shareholders: Identifying and managing the legal issues arising out of the presence of activist, controlling or majority shareholders. - Structuring Private Equity Investment Vehicles for Small Investor Groups - Recap Toolkit: Tips, Tricks and Pitfalls - Texas State Regulatory Developments, plus SEC and State Enforcement Panels - E-Corporate Law - A practical guide to how Texas, Delaware and federal law addresses and applies to contract law - Federal and State Securities Litigation Update - 1.50 hours of ethics including 1.00 hour on the Texas Disciplinary Rules of Professional Conduct with Jim Wallenstein and Tom Watkins more



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2010 Securities Regulation

Join leading SEC officials, corporate counsel, securities lawyers and key members of the business law bench and bar for an insider's view on developments in securities and business law with special emphasis on new SEC regulation involving Board disclosure, compensation, and shareholder access. more



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2009 Securities Regulation

Join leading SEC officials, corporate counsel, securities lawyers, and key members of the business law bench and bar for an insider's view on developments in securities and business law. Topics include unregistered offerings, the latest on government intervention in the financial and industrial sectors, Treasury developments, TARP, enforcement efforts, energy deals, and more. The popular fiduciary update panels return this year with Judge Myron T. Steele of the Supreme Court of Delaware. more



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2008 Securities Regulation

This conference brings together SEC representatives, senior counsel from leading corporations, and leading members of the securities bench and bar from Texas, Delaware, California, and Massachusetts. Don't miss presentations on private offerings, enforcement efforts, proxy statement disclosures for executive compensation, PIPES, fiduciary updates, and more. This year's keynote luncheon presenter is Walter G. Ricciardi, District Administrator at the SEC. more



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2007 Securities Regulation

This conference brings together SEC representatives, senior counsel from leading corporations, and leading members of the securities bench and bar from Texas, Delaware and New York. This year's program features two keynote luncheons: one with John W. White, Director of Division of Corporation Finance, SEC, and another with Roger W. Raber, President and CEO, NACD. The program also includes special sessions on private placements, the new executive compensation rules, stock option grant problems, director fiduciary duties under Delaware and Texas law, and much more. The conference is jointly sponsored by The University of Texas School of Law, the Fort Worth District Office of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, the Texas State Securities Board, and the Business Law Section of the State Bar of Texas. more



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2006 Securities Regulation

This conference brings together SEC representatives, senior counsel from leading corporations, and leading members of the securities bench and bar from Texas, Delaware and New York. more



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2005 Securities Regulation

This conference brings together SEC representatives, members of the President's Task Force on Corporate Fraud, senior counsel from leading corporations, and leading members of the securities bench and bar from Texas, Delaware and New York. Developments in private financings; PIPES; director and officer liability; major sessions on company reporting obligations; and liability of attorneys and accountants in securities transactions; corporate governance and investigations are covered at this event. more



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2004 Securities Regulation

The Advanced Pre-Trial Practice and Procedure Workshop brings together leading members of the bankruptcy bench and bar, in an intimate courtroom setting, at The University of Texas School of Law, for a focused series of lectures and demonstrations aimed at intermediate to experienced litigators. more



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