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After a fantastic day of the 1st Annual Practical ESG Conference yesterday, our conference week continues. Today and tomorrow is our “2022 Proxy Disclosure Conference” – Friday is our “19th Annual Executive Compensation Conference.” Here are the agendas: 18 substantive panels over 3 days – including an interview with Renee Jones, the Director of the SEC’s Division of Corporation Finance. A few ESG topics will be covered as well.

Here’s more info:

– How to Attend: We have emailed a direct access link for the Conference to all registered attendees, from Use that link to go to the Conference platform. Once you log in to the Conference Platform, follow the “Proxy Disclosure/Exec Comp” tab to see the agendas for each day, enter sessions, and add them to your calendar. All sessions are shown in Eastern Time – so you will need to adjust accordingly if you’re in a different time zone.

If you are experiencing a technical issue on our conference platform and need assistance, please email Evan Blake ( with our Event Manager Victoria Newton ( on copy, and they will reply to you asap. If you have any other questions about accessing the conference, please email our Event Manager, Victoria Newton (

– How to View Archives & Transcripts: Members of or who register for the Conferences will be able to access the conference archives on these sites using their existing login credentials beginning about a week after the event, and unedited transcripts will be available to these members on and beginning about 2-3 weeks after the event. If you’ve registered for the conferences through CCRcorp but are not a member, we will send login information to access the conference footage and transcripts on or

If you registered for the conferences through NASPP, you will receive access to the video archives from NASPP.

– How to Earn CLE Online: We are applying for up to 15 hours of CLE credit for the Proxy Disclosure & Executive Compensation Conferences in applicable states – approvals of actual credit vary based on each state. Please read these “CLE FAQs” carefully to confirm that your jurisdiction allows CLE credit for online programs. You will need to respond to periodic prompts every 15-20 minutes during the conference to attest that you are present. After the conference, you will receive an email with a link. Please complete the link with your state license information. Our CLE provider will process CLE credits to your state bar and also send a CLE certificate to your attention within 30 days of the conference.

– Thanks To Our Sponsors! Our sponsors have helped make this event possible, and we are proud and grateful to have their support. Our Platinum Sponsor for the Proxy Disclosure & 19th Annual Executive Compensation Conference is Morrison Foerster, and our Silver Sponsor is Argyle, who also sponsored our 1st Annual Practical ESG Conference this week. Please visit their pages!

It is not too late to register for our Conferences today! You can sign up for today’s “2022 Proxy Disclosure Conference” by emailing or by calling 1-800-737-1271, Option 1. If you have missed any of the Conference, archives and transcripts will be available on-demand afterwards!

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The Editor

Lawrence Heim has been practicing in the field of ESG management for almost 40 years. He began his career as a legal assistant in the Environmental Practice of Vinson & Elkins working for a partner who is nationally recognized and an adjunct professor of environmental law at the University of Texas Law School. He moved into technical environmental consulting with ENSR Consulting & Engineering at the height of environmental regulatory development, working across a range of disciplines. He was one… View Profile