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NOVEMBER 2017
 
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Editors:
Theresa Leets
Department of Business Oversight
Theresa.Leets@dbo.ca.gov

Peter M. Menard
Sheppard Mullin PMenard@sheppardmullin.com


Business and Corporations Executive Committee Officers:

Katherine Blair, Co-Chair
Peter M. Menard, Co-Chair
Harumi Hata, Vice Chair, Membership
Roger Loomis, Vice Chair, Membership
Barry Burten, Vice Chair, Programs
Theresa Leets, Vice Chair, Programs
James Coupe, Treasurer and Council of Sections Liaison
Mark Hiraide, Secretary

 

Members:
Candice S. Choh
Arash Khalili
Scott Lochner
Alex Voxman

Corporate Law Departments Section Representative
Lois M. Jacobs

Barristers Liaison
Sarah Kelly-Kilgore

 

 
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Free Webinar
 
Social Media and Corporate Disclosure - Regulation FD in Today's Digital World - December 5 - Register Now
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Register now for this free 2017 Hot Topics webinar to be held Tuesday, December 5, 2017.

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Save the Date

 

Corporate Law Departments Section Upcoming Roundtable Dinners

Save the dates for the 2018 Corporate Law Roundtable Dinners on January 18, February 1, February 15 and March 1.

The General Counsel Roundtable provides an opportunity for senior corporate counsel to discuss topics of importance to business lawyers.

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Support LACBA Counsel for Justice
 

Your generosity supports CFJ’s life-changing projects.

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Enhance Your Practice
 
Join the Executive Committee of the Business and Corporations Law Section

The Executive Committee of the Business and Corporations Law Section is seeking new members. Membership on the Executive Committee is a terrific forum to network with your fellow corporate law practitioners across the city. Membership on the committee affords unique opportunities to participate in the creation of law in your practice area, to get to know and be known by other practitioners, to work with the recognized leaders in your field, and to stay on the cutting edge of developments and practice techniques. For further information on the Section click here.

If you are interested, please contact hhata@buchalter.com.

 
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Law Firm Memos
 

California Tightens Auto-Renewal Requirements
Venable LLP

2017 Proxy Season Results in Silicon Valley and Large Companies Nationwide
Fenwick & West LLP

Staff Issues New Guidance on Excluding Shareholder Proposals
Bryan Cave LLP

SEC Staff Releases Pro-Issuer Guidance on Shareholder Proposals
Stinson Leonard Street LLP

Tracking State Crowdfunding Regulations
Morrison & Foerster

The “Do’s” and “Dont’s” for Say on Pay
Harvard Law School Forum on Corporate Governance and Financial Regulation

Dissolving a WFOE in China: Patience is Required!
COGENCY GLOBAL INC.

NASDAQ—oops, I mean Nasdaq—acknowledges reality
Cooley LLP

’Tis the season: Corp Fin issues new SLB regarding shareholder proposals
Cooley LLP

Corp Fin Senior Special Counsel discusses new SLB on shareholder proposals
Cooley LLP 

Heads Up for the 2018 Proxy Season: ISS Proposes Changes to Proxy Voting Policies and Refines QualityScore Factors
Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP

Corporate Law & Governance Update
McDermott Will & Emery

SEC Chairman Jay Clayton’s Remarks on ICOs
Proskauer Rose LLP

SEC Chairman Sounds Death Knell for ICOs?
Loeb & Loeb LLP

Thanksgiving Tax Frenzy – New Tax Bill Proposes Executive Compensation Changes That Could Derail Deferred Compensation and Stock Options
Sheppard, Mullin, Richter & Hampton LLP

Proposed Tax Reform Bill as Amended Stands to Significantly Impact Equity and Performance-Based Compensation
Fenwick & West LLP

Follow-up: Providing for the Automatic Exercise of In-the-Money Options About to Expire
Winston & Strawn LLP

California “Ban-the-Box” Law Significantly Limits Employers’ Ability to Obtain and Use Information About Criminal Convictions in Recruiting and Hiring
Mintz, Levin, Cohn, Ferris, Glovsky and Popeo, P.C.

What Corporate Directors Need to Know about Cybersecurity
Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP

 

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