Please join the Bass, Berry & Sims Corporate & Securities Practice Group as they launch a series of complimentary webinars exploring various public company-related securities law issues. These quarterly CLE programs will be an extension of our Securities Law Exchange Blog and will feature timely and practical guidance to SEC disclosure counsel on key topics of interest.
The first Securities Law Exchange webinar, hosted by Bass, Berry & Sims attorneys Kevin Douglas and Scott Bell on July 18, 2019 from 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m. CST, will highlight key financial reporting considerations for public companies. The discussion will include practical advice regarding the preparation of the Management Discussion & Analysis (MD&A), key disclosure issues regarding earnings release presentations, and important considerations for public companies under Regulation FD.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Outside and in-house counsel, public company finance and SEC reporting personnel, compliance officers, and other interested professionals.
Approved for one hour general CLE credit in Tennessee. A certificate of completion will be provided upon request for those that would like to seek credit in additional states.
IMPORTANT: Audio for this webinar will come through computer speakers, so please be sure you are in a space that can accommodate. If you do not have access to a computer with speakers, please email Lauren Parkhurst at email@example.com and she will provide you with a call-in option. You can also contact Lauren with any other questions regarding this webinar.
ABOUT BASS, BERRY & SIMS’ CORPORATE & SECURITIES PRACTICE:
Public and private companies of all sizes across a variety of industries turn to Bass, Berry & Sims for counsel on a wide range of corporate matters, including mergers, acquisitions and dispositions, capital markets transactions, executive compensation issues, corporate governance and shareholder activism. We serve as primary corporate and securities counsel to more than 35 public companies and have counseled on 150 deals ranging in size from $20 million to more than $15 billion over the past two years.