ACC Meets with EEOC to Discuss Agency Rules and Guidelines

The ACC “Meet the Regulator” series provides members with the exclusive opportunity to sit down with agency personnel to discuss issues of mutual importance. The Chatham House Rule forum allows both sides to analyze the practical implications of regulatory rules … Continue reading

ACC Employment & Labor Law Committee, WMACCA meet with U.S. Department of Labor Agencies

On March 11, a group of 21 ACC members representing the Employment & Labor Law Committee and the Washington D.C. area ACC chapter (WMACCA) met with the leadership of the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs and the Wage & … Continue reading

YOU ARE INVITED! ACC members to meet with CFPB

ACC and its FInancial Services Committee are pleased to announce an ACC-members only regulator meeting with the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB).  Borne from the 2010 Dodd-Frank law, the CFPB is charged with implementing and enforcing consumer financial law.  With almost … Continue reading

The SEC’s Division of Corporate Finance meets with ACC members

Guest blogger: Lily Hughes is VP & Associate General Counsel of Ingram Micro Inc., a Fortune 100 global leader in IT distribution, mobile device lifecycle services and logistics solutions. Lily advises the company’s senior executives and business teams on corporate securities and regulatory requirements, corporate governance, finance & treasury matters, investor relations and communications, tax, executive compensation, mergers & acquisitions, equity plans, and strategic vendor and customer agreements.

Even without a permanent director, the Securities and Exchange Commission’s Division of Corporate Finance is clear on its priorities and the work it plans to finish. On Friday, May 10, 2013, ACC Advocacy and the Corporate and Securities Law Committee hosted our annual ACC-members only meeting with the Division. Continue reading

Minnesota allows in-house counsel barred outside Minnesota to serve pro-bono

Reflecting a national movement that has gained increased momentum in recent years, the Minnesota Supreme Court, on January 17, 2013, authorized in-house counsel who are barred outside of Minnesota to practice pro bono. Under Minnesota’s newly amended Rules for Admission to … Continue reading