Liz Dunshee

MANAGING EDITOR,,, The Corporate Counsel Newsletter

Drawing on her background as a law firm partner who was in the trenches with clients from a wide range of sizes, life-cycle stages & industries, Liz translates the latest developments in securities laws, disclosure practices and corporate governance & executive pay trends into straight talk that advisors can use. Liz deeply values connections with our members. She loves providing resources, events and profile-raising opportunities to advance their performance & careers. As a former ...

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Alan Dye


Best known for his co-authorship (with Peter Romeo) of the leading treatise on Section 16 of the Securities Exchange Act, Alan is a go-to lawyer for boards and general counsels seeking to navigate the often inter-related requirements of SEC rules and stock exchange listing ...

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Dave Lynn

SENIOR EDITOR,, The Corporate Counsel Newsletter, The Corporate Executive Newsletter

Dave Lynn is a Partner in the Washington D.C. Office of Morrison & Foerster. Mr. Lynn is also Senior Editor of,, and The Corporate Executive, and is the co-author of The Executive Compensation Disclosure Treatise and Reporting Guide. His practice is focused on advising a wide range of clients on SEC matters, securities transactions and corporate governance. Mr. Lynn was the Chief Counsel of the SEC's Division of Corporation ...

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John Jenkins

SENIOR EDITOR,,, The Corporate Counsel Newsletter, Deal Lawyers Newsletter

John Jenkins is Senior Editor of,, and the Deal Lawyers print newsletter. He is also a Partner in the Cleveland office of Calfee, Halter & Griswold LLP, where he advises clients on capital markets transactions, SEC compliance, mergers and acquisitions, and corporate matters. John also serves as a member of the firm's executive ...

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Mike Melbinger

EDITOR, The Corporate Executive Newsletter

Mike is a partner at the executive compensation group of Winston & Strawn, LLP. He designs and drafts employment contracts, severance agreements, parachute agreements, and a variety of executive compensation arrangements. He advises boards of directors, compensation committees, and senior executives and legal departments in these matters. He has been recognized by Chambers, U.S. & World Report – Best Lawyers, and The Legal 500 for his work in employee benefits and executive ...

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Mark Borges


Mark is a principal at Compensia and is arguably the foremost authority on SEC disclosure issues, and he is a prolific writer and speaker on executive pay issues. Prior to joining Compensia, Mark was a Principal at Mercer in their Washington Resource Group in Washington, DC. Prior to Mercer, Mark was a Special Counsel in the Office of Rulemaking, Division of Corporation Finance with the SEC and had served as the General Counsel for ShareData, ...

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Lawrence Heim

CCRcorp's ESG Platform

Lawrence Heim is Editor of CCRcorp’s upcoming ESG platform, where he shares insights based on over 35 years of supporting companies in environmental, health & safety compliance and management. He’s led various types of non-financial audits, designed corrective action programs and helped implement sustainability programs. He spent nearly a decade in-house at a Fortune 150 manufacturer and went on to help create the Global Environmental Risk Consulting Practice at Marsh USA. Later, ...

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Lynn Jokela


Lynn Jokela is Associate Editor of, and Lynn offers a practical & well-informed perspective, having practiced for over 11 years in the Corporate Secretary group at a Dow 30 company, where she advised on corporate governance, SEC compliance, listing standards, proxy advisors, executive compensation and anything else that landed on her desk. Lynn began her legal career by working with public companies as outside counsel ...

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Other Contributors

Peter Romeo

Peter is a former chief counsel of the SEC's Division of Corporation Finance, a certified public accountant, and the former Chair of the ABA's Task Force on Section 16 developments. Peter and Alan co-wrote publications that are considered the leading reference sources on the insider reporting and short-swing profit provisions of the securities ...

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Michael Gettelman

Michael was counsel for Farella Braun & Martel, San Francisco, specializing in corporate and securities law. Michael began his career with the New York Regional Office of the Securities and Exchange Commission. He is a graduate of Harvard Law School and received his BA from the University of California. He is a member of the Committee on Federal Regulation of Securities of the ABA Business Law Section and its Section 16 Task Force and is on the Advisory Board of the National Association of ...

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