Members of TheCorporateCounsel.net have exclusive access to Section IV of this Handbook, “Common Questions & Our Analysis,” as well as Appendix A, which details our Model Insider Trading Policy. Authored by Senior Editor Dave Lynn, our model policy is designed to help you establish and maintain an effective insider trading program. The Appendix also includes important tools to implement the policy, such as model memoranda regarding quarterly and event-specific trade restrictions and post-termination transactions; board resolutions for adoption of the policy; and guidelines for Rule 10b5-1 plans.
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Now that companies are required to publicly file their Rule 10b5-1 plans, the lack of precedent is abundantly clear. The expert editors of TheCorporateCounsel.net are working to combat this issue with their latest updates to Chapter 1 of our In-House Essentials Treatise, the “Insider Trading Policies Handbook.” This resource covers all facets of Rule 10b-5 so that members have what they need to comply with the new rules and avoid scrutiny from the SEC, DOJ and now, the public. Here’s what you can find inside:
- SEC Rules and Regulations
- SEC Staff Guidance
- Scope & Content of Insider Trading Policies
- Common Questions & Our Analysis (Reserved for members of TheCorporateCounsel.net)
- Model Insider Trading Policy (Reserved for members of TheCorporateCounsel.net)
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