A few days ago, we posted this new client alert, that we authored along with Danielle Benderly and Chris Wassman – “Preparing for the 2022 Public Company Reporting Season” – during which we delved into these eight topics:

1. Form 10-K Disclosures
2. E&S Disclosures in Proxy Statements
3. Board Diversity
4. Executive Compensation
5. Changes in the SEC Staff’s Shareholder Proposal No-Action Letter Process
6. Universal Proxy
7. Multi-Class Share Structures
8. Proxy Voting Advice Rules
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Photo of Allison Handy Allison Handy

Allison Handy is the firmwide co-chair of the Corporate & Securities practice. Her extensive experience includes advising public and private companies in connection with corporate governance practices, disclosure issues, and capital markets transactions, such as equity offerings, debt offerings and tender offers. She…

Allison Handy is the firmwide co-chair of the Corporate & Securities practice. Her extensive experience includes advising public and private companies in connection with corporate governance practices, disclosure issues, and capital markets transactions, such as equity offerings, debt offerings and tender offers. She is also a leader of the firm’s Environmental, Social, and Governance advisory team.

Allison provides counsel to companies on a broad range of issues faced by management and directors in connection with the many compliance aspects of securities laws, including governance rules adopted by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and stock exchanges. She advises boards and committees in matters related to internal investigations and the efforts of shareholder activists, and works closely with in-house counsel, financial personnel, and outside auditors and advisors to help her clients prepare proxy statements and other reports to investors that meet complex disclosure obligations.

Photo of Sue Morgan Sue Morgan

Sue Morgan, a partner in the firm’s Employee Benefits & Executive Compensation practice, has more than 30 years of experience in counseling clients on executive and equity compensation, corporate finance and securities, and insider trading compliance. Sue frequently speaks on such issues as…

Sue Morgan, a partner in the firm’s Employee Benefits & Executive Compensation practice, has more than 30 years of experience in counseling clients on executive and equity compensation, corporate finance and securities, and insider trading compliance. Sue frequently speaks on such issues as executive compensation, option exchanges, insider trading compliance and 10b5-1 plans, and SEC reporting and disclosure at national and regional conferences of the Society of Corporate Secretaries and Governance Professionals, and the ABA Business Law Section.