Dodd-Frank Webcasts

Davis Polk offers webcasts hosted by partners from across our practice, addressing substantive business, legal and regulatory developments as the occur.

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July 2011

Davis Polk is pleased to offer a series of live interactive webcasts addressing what has happened over that year, what is likely to happen over the next year and the practical implications for market participants.

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SEC Whistleblower Rules: What You Need to Know

June 2011

The SEC has now issued rules implementing the Dodd-Frank whistleblower bounty provisions, ushering in a radically new compensation scheme that will affect compliance programs and investigations for all U.S. public companies. This webcast summarizes and discusses the implications of this new regime. Davis Polk partners participating in the webcast include former SEC Enforcement Director Linda Thomsen

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Dodd-Frank Progress – 9 Months Later

May 2011

April 21 marked the nine-month anniversary of Dodd-Frank’s enactment. The unprecedented rulemaking burden imposed by the Act is taking its toll on regulators; all 26 rulemaking requirements due in April were missed and more are certain to follow. 

In this webcast, Davis Polk partners Annette L. Nazareth and Margaret E. Tahyar and associate Gabriel D. Rosenberg explain why this is the case, provide commentary on the firm’s recent Dodd-Frank Rulemaking Progress Report and explore the Report’s lessons for market participants and other stakeholders. 

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SEC Proposed Whistleblower Rules: What You Need to Know
November 2010

Davis Polk presents a webcast discussing the whistleblower bounty provisions of the Dodd-Frank Act and the SEC's rule proposal released last week. Davis Polk partners participating in the webcast include former SEC enforcement director Linda Chatman Thomsen and Scott W. Muller, lead counsel in the landmark Siemens AG settlement. 

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