Webcast: Considerations for Preparing Your 2023 Form 10-K

November 29, 2023

Please join us for this 60-minute program. The panel covers key developments to be aware of headed into the 2023 Form 10-K reporting season, including recent SEC rulemaking and comment letters, disclosure trends and other developments such as:

  • New Cybersecurity Risk Management, Strategy, and Governance Disclosures
  • New Share Repurchase and Rule 10b5-1 Plan Disclosures
  • SEC Comment Letter and Company Disclosure Trends

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Mike Titera is a partner in the Orange County office 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. Mr. Titera is a frequent author on a range of securities law issues. His recent publications include articles in Insights and Deal Lawyers. Mr. Titera also co-authors a chapter regarding audit committees in the treatise “A Practical Guide to SEC Proxy and Compensation Rules” and contributed to a chapter about accounting-related matters in “Director’s Handbook: A Field Guide to 101 Situations Commonly Encountered in the Boardroom,” a recent publication of the American Bar Association.

Thomas J. Kim is a partner in the Washington D.C. office of Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher, LLP, where he is a member of the firm’s Securities Regulation and Corporate Governance Practice Group. Mr. Kim focuses his practice on a broad range of SEC disclosure and regulatory matters, including capital raising and tender offer transactions and shareholder activist situations, as well as corporate governance, environmental social governance and compliance issues. He also advises clients on SEC enforcement investigations – as well as boards of directors and independent board committees on internal investigations – involving disclosure, registration, corporate governance and auditor independence issues. Mr. Kim has extensive experience handling regulatory matters for companies with the SEC, including obtaining no-action and exemptive relief, interpretive guidance and waivers, and responding to disclosures and financial statement reviews by the Division of Corporation Finance. Mr. Kim served at the SEC for six years as the Chief Counsel and Associate Director of the Division of Corporation Finance, and for one year as Counsel to the Chairman.

David Korvin is a corporate associate in the Washington, D.C. office of Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher, where he currently practices in the firm’s Securities Regulation and Corporate Governance Practice Group. He advises public companies and their boards with respect to corporate governance, federal securities, financial reporting and accounting, insider trading, stock exchange, shareholder engagement, ESG and executive compensation matters. Prior to joining Gibson Dunn, David was an attorney at the Securities and Exchange Commission in the Division of Corporation Finance, where he handled the legal review of Securities Act and Exchange Act filings and served as a member of the Shareholder Proposal Taskforce.

Meghan Sherley is a corporate associate in the Orange County office of Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher, where she currently practices in the firm’s corporate department. Her practice is focused on securities regulation and corporate governance, including matters relating to ESG, compliance, and other general corporate matters. She writes and presents on these topics, including on trends and developments in human capital management disclosures. Meghan’s pro bono engagements include advising nonprofit entities on a variety of compliance and transactional matters.


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