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A Conversation: SEC Compliance and Deregulation in the Trump Era

With executive orders around Dodd-Frank, coupled with leadership changes within the SEC, our moderated panel of experts discussed the impact on the way companies do business and approach their compliance strategies, including:

  • Anticipated changes and developments to current regulations under the new administration
  • Likely changes to SEC reporting and disclosure requirements
  • Strategies for navigating compliance in the Trump era​

The expert panel included:

  • Patrick Oot, Partner, Shook, Hardy & Bacon and former Senior Special Counsel at the US Securities and Exchange Commission
  • Scott Kimpel, Partner, Hunton & Williams
  • Mark E. Harrington, former General Counsel, United Online

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