Login to MyACC
ACC Members

Not a Member?

The Association of Corporate Counsel (ACC) is the world's largest organization serving the professional and business interests of attorneys who practice in the legal departments of corporations, associations, nonprofits and other private-sector organizations around the globe.

Join ACC

Speak with confidence about securities and financial disclosure.


Hear from ACC's president and CEO, Veta T. Richardson, as she takes you on a detailed journey into the Securities Law + Disclosure Seminar experience taking place July 17-19, 2024 in New York, NY.

2024 ACC Securities Law + Disclosure an Executive Level Seminar ACC Association of Corporate Counsel Veta T. Richardson President & CEO Maria Volpe-Viles Associate Vice President of Education

For more information, including regarding the program agenda, or to explore if this seminar would be a great fit for you or your team, book a consultation with our program expert.

Whether you are an aspiring GC or already in the role, it’s imperative for you to demonstrate an executive-level understanding of securities law and disclosure requirements. 
Otherwise successful in-house lawyers often suffer professionally due to an experience gap in this area, which is precisely why the ACC Securities Law + Disclosure seminar is so important. By participating in this one-of-a-kind seminar, you will come away empowered to speak with confidence about securities and financial disclosure matters with fellow c-suite executives and directors.  
This program is limited to 12 participants and highly customized to individual participants' unique business contexts. 

A Year-long Learning Experience 

Your registration fee covers one full year of executive-level education, including: 

  • A one-hour individual consultation to determine your current level of exposure and understanding as well as aspirational goals that will be taken into account while developing the hypothetical scenarios and objectives of your onsite experience. 
  • Intensive, two-and-a-half day programming with best-in-class faculty. The in-person program is designed to provide a strong foundation without wasting your valuable time with unnecessary case law or history. You will learn how the issues, rules, and requirements are relevant to your situation, company, and filings. 
  • Quarterly ACC Webcasts to enable mastery and reinforce your in-class discussions through real life exposure. This series of four online refreshers will be offered exclusively for seminar attendees. Review past topics 

Session topics include (confirmed registrants will receive a detailed agenda): 

  • The Securities Act of 1933 
  • Disclosure Crisis Simulation 
  • Board Perspectives on the General Counsel's Role 
  • Review and Discussion of Attendees Own Exchange Act Filings 
  • Insider Trading and Beneficial Ownership 

"I attended the ACC Securities Law + Disclosure seminar in advance of becoming my company's general counsel and it was incredibly helpful for me to augment and round-out my securities law knowledge especially since my background as a litigator didn't include a lot of experience working in that space." Noelle J. Perkins, SVP, General Counsel, Chief Risk Officer & Secretary, Univar Solutions

"If you are not an experienced, practicing securities lawyer, the ACC Securities Law + Disclosure seminar provides an excellent, in-depth overview and introduction of the entire reporting and disclosure process for US publicly listed companies. And, if you aspire to head the legal department for such a company, this program offers invaluable insights to help prepare you... I've been searching for an in-person program that could provide a comprehensive primer on US securities laws and disclosure rules for some time now and this program really answered that call." Javier Rodriguez, Senior VP, Chief Legal Officer & Corporate Secretary, BioXcel Therapeutics, Inc.


Registration for the 2024 ACC Securities Law and Disclosure program includes courses, written materials, scheduled meals/receptions, and bonus quarterly Webcasts. It does not include travel, housing or personal expenses. 

 Registration Type Registration Amount  
Member Rate  US$12,500 (includes quarterly webcasts) 
Non-member* Rate  US$12,899 (includes quarterly webcasts) 

*Non-member rate includes one year of ACC membership (US$399). Membership eligibility rules apply. ACC membership and meeting registration will be confirmed pending approval of eligibility. 

ACC Registration Policies

In the process of registering for the Association of Corporate Counsel (ACC) 2024 Securities Law + Disclosure Seminar, you have agreed to all policies and procedures of this event without exception. These policies include code of conduct, image release, refund policies, etc. These can be referred to here.


Participants will be provided a certificate of attendance after completing the course for self-filing in their jurisdiction(s) if they wish to do so. Please contact a staff member at with any questions about CLE/CPD for this program. 


Registrations are not considered confirmed until payment is processed. Please do not consider your registration complete until you have received the confirmation email. 

After registering, you will receive a written acknowledgement of receipt of your registration by email, followed by a registration confirmation. Please allow 24-48 hours after submission for confirmation to be sent. 


Registration cancellations must be received in writing via Registrations cannot be cancelled over the phone. Cancellations for registrations processed at the non-member rate will not be refunded the US$399 membership fee included with the registration. Registration cancellations will adhere to the cancellation policy dates below, no exceptions. 

Written cancellation received   Credit/Refund due 
July 15, 2024 and after  NO REFUND OR CREDIT.

* Credit issued may be used towards the following ACC in-person educational programs: 2024 Annual Meeting, 2025 Corporate Counsel University, 2025 Securities Law + Disclosure Seminar, or 2025 Executive Leadership Institute (eligibility requirements apply). Credit may not be used towards any other educational programs not included on the above list. Credit may not be divided among programs and any remaining funds following credit application will be forfeited. Credit cannot be carried over to the following year. Credit may be transferred to an eligible attendee from the same organization, but written notification of transfer (via must be received from the original purchaser in order for the credit to be valid. Credit may not be used towards ACC membership dues. Credit will expire July 31, 2025.

Attendee Substitutions 

Substitute attendees (from the same organization and eligible to attend) are always welcome. Please email your request to

Special Requirements/Food Restrictions 

Participants with special requirements or food restrictions should note them on the registration form or contact ACC's Education Team at Requests for special accommodations should be sent as soon as you register, but no later than July 5, 2024, so that appropriate arrangements can be made. 


Attending from out of town? Please find below a list of nearby hotels within walking distance to the meeting venue.

Note: ACC is not holding a room block at any of these hotels. Prevailing rates at the time of booking will apply. Rates in USD, noted below, are provided as a reference only. 

Thank you to our sponsors! 


Exclusive Law Firm Sponsor

Latham & Watkins LLP

Exclusive Legal Service Provider Sponsor

Bloomberg Law

"The ACC Securities Law + Disclosure seminar is not just a comprehensive overview of the US Securities Regulation landscape, but more importantly, it provides you access to learn from legal professionals who are true leaders in this field. I particularly appreciated the small group environment where I was able to engage with other in-house counsel looking to expand their skillset. I would highly recommend attending this program to anyone seeking to advance their career, particularly if they are looking to move into the C-suite." Randy Fahs, Assistant General Counsel, Business Operations, Moog Inc.

"The ACC Securities Law + Disclosure seminar provided a great foundation for me to build upon for when my company completes its IPO. I would highly recommend attending as the substance and accompanying resource materials provided serve as an excellent primer for any in-house counsel who are new to this area of law." Chad Anthony, Deputy General Counsel and Assistant Corporate Secretary, Clarios


This site uses cookies to store information on your computer. Some are essential to make our site work properly; others help us improve the user experience.

By using the site, you consent to the placement of these cookies. For more information, read our cookies policy and our privacy policy.