January 12, 2022
The panel will cover key developments to be aware of headed into the 2022 reporting and proxy season, including recent and upcoming SEC rulemaking and comment letters, proxy season trends, investor and proxy advisor updates, and regulatory developments on topics such as board diversity and director duties.
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Daniela L. Stolman is a partner in Gibson Dunn’s Century City office and a member of the firm’s Private Equity, Mergers and Acquisitions, Capital Markets and Securities Regulation and Corporate Governance practice groups. She advises companies and private equity firms across a wide range of industries, focusing on public and private merger transactions, stock and asset sales, and public and private capital-raising transactions. Ms. Stolman also advises public companies with respect to securities regulation and corporate governance matters, including periodic reporting and disclosure matters, Section 16, Rule 144, and insider trading.
Mike Titera is a partner in the Orange County office of Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher and a member of the Firm’s Securities Regulation and Corporate Governance Practice Group. His practice focuses on advising public companies regarding securities disclosure and compliance matters, financial reporting, and corporate governance. Mr. Titera often advises clients on accounting and auditing matters and the use of non-GAAP financial measures. He also has represented clients in investigations conducted by the Securities and Exchange Commission and the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority.Mr. Titera’s clients range from large-cap companies with global operations to small-cap companies in the pre-revenue phase. His clients operate in a range of sectors, including the retail,technology, pharmaceutical, hospitality, and financial services sectors.
Aaron Briggs is a Parnter in Gibson Dunn’s San Francisco office, where he works in the firm’s Securities Regulation and Corporate Governance Practice Group. Mr. Briggs’ practice focuses on advising public companies of all sizes (from pre-IPO to mega-cap), with a focus on technology and life sciences companies, on a wide range of securities and governance matters, including SEC compliance, corporate governance, ESG and sustainability, investor engagement, annual meeting, shareholder activism and executive compensation matters. Mr. Briggs previously served for five years as Executive Counsel – Corporate, Securities & Finance, at General Electric Company.
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