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To facilitate your ability to find useful information on our sites, we have put together the following search tips. Note that the search engine that allows for a word search across an entire website is not perfect and you might need to try a variety of methods to find what you are looking for. Of course, you are always free to contact us with any comments or questions – send an email to broc.romanek@thecorporatecounsel.net.

  1. Searching CompensationStandards.com
  2. CompensationStandards.com provides practical and responsible guidance in the area of executive compensation through the extensive resources available on the website, as well as through its Annual Executive Compensation Conference. To support the mission of the conference, the Executive Compensation Task Force has been established – consisting of 75 of the top "thought leaders" in the area of executive compensation.

    To conduct research on CompensationStandards.com, we suggest you use the following methods:

    • Try our search engine to word search throughout most of the site – however, this search engine is not perfect and is unable to word search the Q&A Forum, which has a lot of content. So you may need to try the other methods of search below.
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    • Search by topic on one of our "Practice Areas," which include a comprehensive overview of the topic with links to research tools, including practice pointers from members of our Task Force, disclosure examples, webcasts, and much more. Our Practice Areas can be accessed on the left side of the home page.
    • Word search the Q&A Forum, where members stay on top of cutting-edge practice by posting and answering questions that arise in day-to-day practice. Members can access this function by clicking on the "Q&A Forum" button at the top of any page of the site.
    • Word search Mike Melbinger's and Mark Borges' blogs, which cover the latest developments in the compensation area.  Members can access these blogs by clicking on the blog name on our homepage.
       
  3. Searching TheCorporateCounsel.net

    Following the long-standing tradition of The Corporate Counsel and The Corporate Executive, TheCorporateCounsel.net is an educational service that provides practical guidance on legal issues involving corporate and securities regulation and corporate governance. Learn more about what is on the site at Ten Good Reasons to Try TheCorporateCounsel.net.

    To conduct research on TheCorporateCounsel.net, we suggest that you use the following methods:

    • Try our search engine to word search throughout most of the site – however, this search engine is not perfect and is unable to word search the Q&A Forum, which has a lot of content. So you may need to try the other methods of search below.
    • Search by topic on one of our over 200 "Practice Areas," which provide a wide range of information, such as regulatory guidance, webcast transcripts and expert interviews, firm memos and much more. Our Practice Areas can be accessed along the left side of our home page or by hitting the "Practice Areas" button at the top of any page of the site.
    • Word search through 30 years of Back Issues of The Corporate Counsel and The Corporate Executive. Members (who also subscribe to those print publications) can access this function by clicking on the "Back Issues" button at the top of the page.
    • Word search the Q&A Forum, where members stay on top of cutting-edge practice by posting and answering questions that arise in day-to-day practice. Over 1000 Q&A are available! Members can access this function by clicking on the "Q&A Forum" button at the top of any page of the site. Note there is a separate Q&A Forum just for Rule 144 issues!
    • Word search "Broc's Daily Blog," which covers the latest events and interpretations that impact the membership. Click on the "Broc's Daily Blog" button near the top of the left side of the home page.
       
  4. Searching DealLawyers.com
  5. DealLawyers.com is an educational service that provides practical guidance on legal issues involving public and private mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, private equity, restructurings – and anything else that acquisitive minds want to know. Learn more about what is on the site at Eight Good Reasons to Try DealLawyers.com!

    To conduct research on DealLawyers.com, we suggest you use the following methods:

    • Try our search engine to word search throughout most of the site – however, this search engine is not perfect and is unable to word search the Q&A Forum, which has a lot of content. So you may need to try the other methods of search below.
    • Search by topic on one of our "Practice Areas," which include a comprehensive overview of the topic with links to research tools, including regulatory guidance, webcasts, firm memos and much more. Our Practice Areas can be accessed on the left side of our home page or by hitting the button with that name at the top of any page on the site.
    • Word search the Q&A Forum, where members stay on top of cutting-edge practice by posting and answering questions that arise in day-to-day practice. Members may access this function by clicking on the "Q&A Forum" button at the top of any page on the site.
    • Word search the three M&A blogs on our website, where the latest events are discussed by practitioners.  Members can access these blogs under the "Our Columnists Speak" heading on our homepage.
       
  6. Searching Section16.net

    Section16.net is the premier online resource that provides practical guidance on issues involving Section 16 and all of the related rules. The Editor is Alan Dye, who along with fellow Hogan & Hartson partner Peter Romeo, has authored the "bibles" of Section 16 for over a decade, including the popular Romeo & Dye's Section 16 Forms & Filings Handbook, Romeo & Dye's Comprehensive Section 16 Outline and Romeo & Dye's Section 16 Treatise and Reporting Guide. Here are Ten Good Reasons Why You Should Try Section16.net Today.

    To conduct research on Section16.net, we suggest you use the following methods:

    • Try our search engine to word search throughout most of the site – however, this search engine is not perfect and is unable to word search the Q&A Forums, which have a lot of content. So you may need to try the other methods of search below.
    • Word search the Q&A Forum and the Electronic Filing Issues Forum, where members stay on top of cutting-edge practice and gain practical "how to file" advice by posting and answering questions that arise in day-to-day practice.  Members can access these forums by clicking on the "Section 16 Q&A Forum" and "Electronic Filing Issues Forum" buttons located on the home page.
    • Word search Alan Dye's blog, which covers all of the latest in the Section 16 area.  Members can access this blog by clicking on the "Alan Dye's Section 16.net Blog" button at the top of the home page.
    • Search by topic through the "Compliance Charts and Checklists" portal, which contains useful practical tips and checklists.  Members can access this portal by clicking on the "Compliance Tools" button at the top of the home page.
 

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