Anne (Polly) G. Plimpton has more than 35 years of experience advising public companies, venture capitalists, family offices and other investors. She concentrates her practice on insider trading and reporting under Section 16, beneficial ownership on Schedules 13D and 13G, executive compensation, related person transactions and other proxy disclosure, corporate governance, board and committee structure, institutional investor initiatives, federal and state exceptions for private financings, Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) regulations relating to public offerings and resales of restricted securities under Rule 144.
Polly has been actively involved in Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) rulemaking and also writes and speaks frequently about securities law and corporate governance. She authored the chapters on “Director Independence Requirements” and “Disclosure of Related Person Transactions” in the Practical Guide to SEC Proxy and Compensation Rules treatise. She was an editor of the Georgia Law Review.
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