2017 Regulatory and Enforcement Developments for Extractive Resources Industries Seminar

Are you prepared for the changes to your industry coming in 2017? Our seasoned attorneys will share their experiences, perspectives, and wisdom to arm you with the knowledge you need to handle the impacts and implications of the newest regulatory and enforcement developments.

Topics Include:

  • The SEC's Resource Extraction Payment Disclosure Rule
    • What is it?
    • What is my company obligated to do?
    • What are compliance best practices?
  • DOJ and DOL Workplace Safety Enforcement Initiative
    • What is it?
    • How will it impact my company's response to safety issues?
    • What does it look like "in the field?"
  • What to Do When Issues Arise
    • When and how should I convene an internal investigation?
    • Considerations for voluntary disclosures and cooperation with regulators
    • How will my company's response be measured by regulators?
    • Ethical issues in investigations post-Yates
  • Regulatory Changes Likely Under the Trump Administration


Agenda: Thursday, December 15, 2016
7:30 - 8:00 a.m. Breakfast and Registration
8:00 - 9:30 a.m. Presentation and Questions
Presentation is also available via webinar.


Speakers:
Amy Bowler
Jason Crow
Andrew Emrich
Brian Neil Hoffman
Matt Linton
Lucy Stark

Location: Holland & Hart
555 17th Street
Suite 3200
Denver, CO 80202

To register online please click here. Please RSVP by December 8

Questions? Please contact Jennifer Stark at JLStark@hollandhart.com or 303.295.8105 .

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