Jennifer Zepralka joined our Washington D.C. office as a partner, and comes to us from the SEC, where she led the Office of Small Business Policy, working on major rulemakings.  Her insights will prove valuable to clients navigating an increasingly complex regulatory environment.  Jennifer brings a wealth of experience advising companies on compliance, corporate and

Weinberg Center for Corporate Governance 

2024 Weinberg Center Distinguished Speaker Larry A. Cunningham

Webinar | April 11, 2024

1:00 p.m. – 1:50 p.m. EST

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Corporate leaders face complex challenges in responding to public debates on contentious topics. They must balance competing pressures to speak or remain silent, while navigating the polarization of today’s

In this MB microtalk video, Mayer Brown’s Jen Carlson discusses practical considerations for companies implementing the SEC’s new climate-change disclosure rules, such as conducting gap analyses, reviewing disclosure controls and ICFR considerations.

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In this MB Microtalk video, discussing the SEC’s final climate-change disclosure rules, Mayer Brown’s Matt Bisanz provides an overview of the changes made by the final rules to Regulation S-X, which require a company to include certain climate-related financial statement metrics and related disclosures in a note to its audited financial statements.

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April 3, 2024 Webinar
1:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. EST
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After much anticipation, on March 6, 2024, the US Securities and Exchange Commission voted to adopt final rules that require reporting by public companies of climate change-related disclosure. While the final rules differ from the SEC’s controversial proposed rules in significant ways

The Securities and Exchange Commission (the “SEC”) has adopted new rules that require public companies to disclose substantial information about the material impacts of climate-related risks on their business, financial condition, and governance (the “Final Rules”).  The SEC says that “climate-related risks, their impacts, and a public company’s response to those risks can significantly affect

Mayer Brown welcomes Dale Baker, Vice President, Trust Policy from the American Bankers Association to our upcoming panel discussion on the FDIC’s Governance Proposal.

Webinar, March 15, 2024

12:00 p.m. ET – 1:00 p.m. ET
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On October 11, 2023, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) issued a far-reaching proposal for new corporate

As we anticipate, with some trepidation, this week’s final climate change disclosure rules from the Securities and Exchange Commission, it’s important to remember that those rules will remain only a part of the agency’s ESG agenda. There are several pending proposed rules that touch on ESG issues—mostly in the funds area. Likely it will be

April 11, 2024 Webinar
11:30am – 12:30pm ET
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Although Form 13F filing requirements have been in existence for decades, the SEC and its staff have recently turned up the heat on compliance in this area, and 13F filers also must prepare for new Form N-PX filing obligations. Join Mayer Brown panelists, Jennifer