Topic: ONG-ISAC & Hunton Andrews Kurth Webinar
With the recent effectiveness of the SEC’s new guidelines regarding cybersecurity disclosure, Hunton Andrews Kurth LLP partners Mayme Beth Donohue and Scott Kimpel discussed compliance with the new SEC cybersecurity rules. In addition to gaining a better understanding of the rules and their impact on the oil & gas industry, participants learned about emerging best practices in the space, and had the opportunity to ask questions directly to the panelists.
Mayme Donohue: Committed to business-focused solutions, Mayme works with clients to achieve results that make both legal and financial sense. She regularly answers complex securities law questions for both public and private companies and is experienced in providing advice on reporting requirements under US securities laws and Nasdaq and NYSE rules. Mayme enjoys counseling clients in a broad range of capital markets transactions, including securities offerings, tender offers, and derivative transactions. While guiding companies through strategic transactions, Mayme values the strong connections built with clients during the course of accomplishing their important business goals.
Scott Kimpel: Scott regularly advises clients across a broad sector of the economy facing sensitive reporting, compliance, and enforcement matters before the Securities and Exchange Commission and other capital markets regulators. His practice encompasses a wide range of matters involving securities laws, mergers and acquisitions, corporate governance, regulatory enforcement, administrative law, and public policy. Scott heads Hunton’s ESG practice and also leads the firm’s working group on blockchain and digital assets.