When I moved to BakerHostetler to lead its firmwide Securities and Governance Litigation Team, I decided to take a break from publishing D&O Discourse — the blog I started in 2012 to provide in-depth opinion on key issues of law and practice in the world of securities and corporate governance litigation. That break turned into a two-year hiatus. But, better late than never, the blog is back!
During my time away from blogging, I continued to write and speak. Here are some highlights, to catch you up.
Here are some of the pieces I wrote with colleagues and friends:
I spoke at several excellent events:
“D&O Claims Trends,” ExecuSummit D&O Liability Forum, Uncasville, CT
“The U.S. Supreme Court and D&O Claims,” PLUS D&O Symposium, New York City
“The Post-Cyan Securities Litigation Landscape,” PLUS Webinar
“Cybersecurity Securities and Governance Litigation,” ExecuSummit D&O Liability Forum, Uncasville, CT
“Analysis of a Perfect Storm: The Metrics of M&A Liability Litigation,” American Conference Institute’s M&A Liability Conference, New York City
I started D&O Discourse to have in blog format the types of one-on-one and group discussions I’ve enjoyed throughout my career with other repeat players — brokers, insurers, economists, plaintiffs’ counsel, and fellow defense counsel. I’ve always wanted this to be a forum for discussion among repeat players — thus the blog title D&O Discourse — and I only address issues of interest to me or other repeat players. So please reach out with questions, comments, or blog topics.
Thanks very much for your support of the blog over its first five years, and I hope that the next stage of the blog is helpful to you as well.