Cooley partner Nancy Wojtas will be speaking at the Practising Law Institute event in San Francisco.
The IPO market is the most active it has been in more than ten years, with technology companies leading the way. Recent securities law developments, including the Jumpstart Our Business Startups Act and regulatory changes to implement it, are likely to spur new approaches to capital raising, including changes to current practices in IPO transactions. Even without these legal and regulatory developments, current IPO practices are constantly evolving in response to market developments. How does the IPO team maximize the likelihood of a successful transaction? What are the most difficult problems facing a company in its initial public offering? What are the current hot topics in these transactions, from the perspective of Silicon Valley?
Select Topic: Governance and Executive Compensation Planning – 1:45PM
Mark Borges, Alan L. Dye, Nancy H. Wojtas
- Board and Committee Considerations
- Controlled companies
- Equity Planning
- Secondary trading
- Stock transfer restrictions
- F&W no-action letter
- Section 16 Issues
- D&O Insurance
- Executive Compensation Planning
For more information or to register, please visit the event website