1 CHRIS D. BARBEE PriceWaterhouse Coopers Partner, Global Leader Forensic Services 2001 Market Street, Suite 1700 Philadelphia, PA Phone: (267) Mr. Barbee joined legacy Price Waterhouse in 1976 and was admitted into the partnership in He is a Certified Public Accountant in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants. He is currently the firm's Global Forensic Services practice leader. As part of the Forensic Services group, he has led and participated in numerous investigative and forensic accounting projects related to financial reporting fraud, allegations relating to the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) and other anti-corruption regimes, adversarial proceedings requiring the review of financial and operational records of the adversary, asset searches, management or employee embezzlement, and tax fraud, both in the US and internationally. His projects include Siemens AG, WorldCom, US Foodservice (Ahold) and numerous corruption investigations. He has assisted clients with respect to reporting and disclosure requirements in connection with the discovery of fraud and/or corruption, has provided testimony to the SEC / DOJ, and has assisted in the development and implementation of compliance programs in connection with remediation plans. Corruption investigations have related to a number of industries, and were undertaken in 25+ different countries. Mr. Barbee's litigation advisory experience includes measurement and presentation (or rebuttal) of damages and lost profits claims resulting from breach of contract, negligence, lender liability and other wrongful acts; assistance in analyzing large data sets to calculate potential damages, claims or exposure; assistance in professional malpractice and securities fraud matters; development and rebuttal of business interruption claims; determination of asset allocation upon partnership and corporate dissolution; and expert witness testimony. In arbitration and/or mediation proceedings, he has acted as arbitrator, or acting on behalf of one of the parties, primarily in the resolution of purchase price disputes. Industry experience includes manufacturing and heavy industry, high technology, agricultural products, financial services, printing, healthcare, health products, and distribution. Mr. Barbee s auditing and accounting experience includes performing and leading engagements to audit the financial statements of publicly and privately held companies in such industries as consumer and industrial products, high technology, government contracting, real estate, manufacturing, distribution, not-for-profit, and media / entertainment. Related experience includes due diligence reviews in connection with acquisitions and divestitures, internal control reviews, assistance with forecasts, and compliance audits. Mr. Barbee also has significant international experience as a result of two multi-year European assignments with Price Waterhouse and various project related international assignments, including a recent 14-month project in Germany. He is also a frequent guest lecturer on the topic of securities litigation at Wharton University.
2 PETER R. BIBLE EisnerAmper LLP Partner 2015 Lincoln Highway Edison, NJ Phone: (732) As Partner-in-Charge of EisnerAmper s Public Companies Group, Peter leads the firm s efforts in meeting the business and regulatory needs of SEC companies. He was recently appointed to the AICPA s Center for Audit Quality s SEC Regulations Committee, which meets periodically with the staff of the SEC to discuss emerging technical accounting and reporting issues relating to SEC rules and regulations. He was also recently selected as a member of the AICPA s Center for Audit Quality Smaller Firm Task Force. Peter s diverse background includes senior leadership in both public and private accounting. Peter has held worldwide accounting responsibility for two Fortune-sized corporations and served as Audit Partner for Deloitte and Touche s New York office, becoming partner in only ten years. At Deloitte, Peter also served as Deputy Professional Practice Director for the Northeast Region and for the Collateralized Mortgage Obligations Group. He has an exceptional background in audit, taxation, and accounting, as well as hands-on experience with divestitures, acquisitions, joint ventures, IPOs (25 in total), and other public and private offerings. He also has a deep expertise with US GAAP, IAS and SEC rules and serves as Partner in Charge of the Edison Office Audit Practice. Prior to joining EisnerAmper, Peter served as Chief Accounting Officer for General Motors Corporation. At GM, he held worldwide responsibility for accounting, financial reporting and forecasting, SEC reporting, risk management, financial controls and systems development. During his tenure at GM, Peter led numerous acquisitions, divestitures, and restructurings involving Hughes Corporation, Fiat, Suzuki, and Daewoo. He also led negotiations for GM s healthcare and labor agreements and led an effort to install SAP s ERP solution across the corporation. Prior to GM, Peter served as Assistant Controller-Corporate Accounting for GTE Corporation. He has overseen operational, treasury, tax, risk management, internal controls, investor relations, corporate governance and computer systems. Peter holds a BA in Business and Accounting, magna cum laude, from Otterbein College. He is a member of the AICPA and is a CPA in both New York and Ohio. Professionally, Peter has served as Chairman, FEI Task Force on Business Combinations and as a member of several FASB and EITF Task Forces, the FEI Committee on Corporate Reporting, and the Joint International Group (JIG) of the FASB and the IASB. Peter was the first-ever preparer recipient of the Andrew Braden Award from Case Western Reserve University s Weatherhead School of Management, which recognizes excellence in accounting. Previous Braden award honorees included Chairmen of accounting firms, members of the FASB, and Chief Accountants of the SEC. Peter is a frequent presenter and is often quoted on various accounting and business topics for articles appearing in publications such as Compliance Week, Financial Executive and Directors and Boards.
3 MARK A. BORGES Compensia, Inc. Principal 770 Tamalpais Drive Corte Madera, CA Phone: (415) Mark A. Borges is a principal with Compensia, Inc., a management consulting firm providing executive compensation advisory services to compensation committees and senior management of knowledge-based companies. From April 2003 until September 2007, he was a principal for Mercer in the firm s Washington Resource Group in Washington, DC. Previously, Mr. Borges was a Special Counsel in the Office of Rulemaking, Division of Corporation Finance with the United States Securities and Exchange Commission. Before that, he was General Counsel for ShareData, Inc. Mr. Borges practiced law with the firms of Ware & Friedenrich (now DLA Piper) from 1987 to 1992 and Pillsbury, Madison & Sutro (now Pillsbury Winthrop) from 1982 to From 1981 to 1982, he served as law clerk to the Honorable Marion T. Bennett of the United States Court of Claims in Washington, DC. Mr. Borges is the author of SEC Executive Compensation Disclosure Rules, first published in June 2008 by the American Bar Association, and a co-author of the Lynn, Borges & Romanek Executive Compensation Disclosure Treatise and Reporting Guide. He is also an Adjunct Professor at the Georgetown University Law Center, teaching a course of the securities law aspects of executive compensation. A California native, Mr. Borges graduated from Humboldt State University in He received his J.D. from Santa Clara University in 1979 and an L.L.M. in Taxation from New York University in He is a member of the American Bar Association.
4 CAROL BOWIE ISS Head, Compensation Research Development & Products 2099 Gaither Road Rockville, MD Phone: (301) Carol Bowie heads compensation research development & products at ISS. She previously led the company's Governance Institute team, providing research and information around key issues in corporate governance and coordinating ISS s benchmark policy development. Prior to that, Carol directed ISS's Governance Research Service, overseeing the compilation and analysis of non-recommendation, proxy-based research for more than 10,000 U.S. and global companies annually, the same unit she managed as Director of Governance Research at the Investor Responsibility Research Center (IRRC) prior to its acquisition by ISS. Before joining IRRC in 2001, Carol was Director of Publications & Research for Executive Compensation Advisory Services and long-time managing editor of the Executive Compensation Reports newsletter, analyzing trends and developments in executive pay at public companies. She is a frequent speaker on executive compensation and other governance issues, and has published articles in journals such as Mergers & Acquisitions and Directorship Magazine. Carol often provides information and commentary to the business and general press and has appeared on numerous business-related television and radio programs. EDUCATION: Ms. Bowie received an honors degree in history from the University of Maryland.
5 RICHARD J. BUSIS Cozen O Connor Member 1900 Market Street Philadelphia, PA Phone: (215) Fax: (215) Richard J. Busis heads the firm s securities offerings and regulation practice and is a Member of the firm. Richard counsels a diverse group of public and private companies, ranging from start-up companies seeking venture capital to NASDAQ and NYSE-listed companies, in a wide variety of corporate and securities transactions. His practice has a particular emphasis on securities offerings and mergers and acquisitions. In his securities practice, Richard represents not only companies seeking to raise capital, but also underwriters, placement agents and venture funds. Richard also devotes a significant portion of his practice to representing high-tech, Internet and other emerging growth companies in venture and other capital raising transactions, joint ventures and strategic alliances, as well as licensing and technology development arrangements. He has a particular expertise in investments involving Israeli Companies. Richard was named a Pennsylvania "Super Lawyer" by Law & Politics. Richard is a member of the Greater Philadelphia Venture Group. He is also president of Temple Beth Hillel-Beth El and the vice chairman of the board of the Beck Institute for Cognitive Therapy and Research. Richard received his B.A. from the University of Pennsylvania, summa cum laude, in 1975, his M.A. in ancient near eastern history from the University of Pennsylvania in 1980, and his law degree from the Harvard Law School, cum laude, in He was an editor of the Harvard Law Review and is a member of Phi Beta Kappa.
6 BRIAN CARROLL Special Counsel U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, Philadelphia District Office The Mellon Independence Center 701 Market Street Philadelphia, PA Phone : (215) Brian Carroll is Special Counsel at the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission s Philadelphia District Office. He is an attorney and his responsibilities include providing legal advice on regulatory issues and investigating potential fraud. Also while at the SEC, Mr. Carroll served as a Senior Trial Counsel and prosecuted individuals and corporations for violating the anti-fraud provisions of federal securities statutes. Before joining the SEC, Mr. Carroll served as an Assistant United States Attorney, U.S. Department of Justice, where he prosecuted attorneys and accountants who participated in the saving and loans scandals. He also served as a judicial law clerk to the Honorable Daniel H. Huyett, III, U.S. District Court. Mr. Carroll is an Adjunct Professor of Law at Rutgers University Law School and a Certified Public Accountant.
7 MARK CHESLA American Water Controller and Vice President 1025 Laurel Oak Road Voorhees, NJ Phone: (856) Fax: (856) Mark Chesla is vice president and controller of American Water, the largest investor-owned U.S. water and wastewater utility company. Mr. Chesla has responsibility for corporate accounting, financial reporting and tax. Prior to joining American Water, Mr. Chesla served as vice president and controller of Oglethorpe Power Corporation and wholesale electric generation company, a position he held since In this role, Mr. Chesla oversaw all accounting, reporting, budgeting and Sarbanes-Oxley compliance functions and was an active member of the company s risk management committee. From 1998 thru 2001 Mr. Chesla was employed by SouthStar Energy Services, Inc. as vice president administration/controller. Over the course of his tenure his responsibilities included finance, accounting, information technology services and human resources. Mr. Chesla has over nine years experience in public accounting which included positions with both PricewaterhouseCoopers and Deloitte & Touche. Additionally he has held various roles with increasing responsibility in corporate accounting and finance. Mr. Chesla received a bachelor s degree from East Carolina University. He and his wife, Emily, have two children, a daughter and a son.
8 JOHN M. COOGAN, JR. Duane Morris LLP Partner 30 South 17th Street Philadelphia, PA Phone: (215) Fax: (215) John M. ("Jay") Coogan, Jr. practices in the area of corporate law with a broad spectrum of interests. Mr. Coogan counsels publicly held and private companies and investment firms in mergers and acquisitions, securities offerings, venture capital financings and the establishment of startup enterprises and emerging businesses. Mr. Coogan is a 1985 magna cum laude graduate of Tulane University School of Law, where he was awarded the Dean's Medal and elected to the Order of the Coif, and a graduate of Vanderbilt University. PRACTICES: Mergers and Acquisitions Health Law Corporate and Securities EDUCATION: Tulane Law School, J.D., magna cum laude, 1985 Vanderbilt University, B.A., 1980 BAR QUALIFICATIONS: New York Pennsylvania
9 AMY DORFMEISTER Ernst & Young Partner Two Commerce Square 2001 Market Street Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Phone: (215) Amy is a Partner in Ernst & Young s Philadelphia, Pennsylvania office with over 15 years of experience in working closely with high-growth emerging companies bringing experience in accounting and auditing services, financial reporting, SEC registration statements and reporting, private offerings and advisory services related to mergers and acquisitions and transaction support. Amy has served several large publicly traded organizations and venture-backed companies in the Mid Atlantic region. Amy is an active member of Ernst & Young s National medical device partner network and is Ernst & Young s Mid Atlantic Area IPO leader, responsible for Ernst & Young s overall strategy and service to high-growth companies. Amy also serves as Ernst & Young s Philadelphia office Strategic Growth Market s education leader and also plays a leadership role in Ernst & Young s Professional Women s Network. Amy received a B.S. in Accounting from American University and currently serves on the Board of Directors of the Boys and Girls Club of Philadelphia.
10 ROBERT L. HICKOK Pepper Hamilton LLP Partner 3000 Two Logan Square Eighteenth and Arch Streets Philadelphia, PA Phone: (215) Fax : (215) Robert L. Hickok is a partner in the Litigation and Dispute Resolution Department of Pepper Hamilton LLP. He is a member of Pepper s Management Committees and past member of the Executive Committee. Mr. Hickok focuses his commercial litigation practice on matters involving corporate governance, the antitrust laws, federal securities laws and class action defense. In his practice, Mr. Hickok is particularly interested in the application of economic analysis to the resolution of legal issues. He has an advanced degree in law and economics and has taught this subject for a number of years. He has used economic analysis in antitrust cases (product and market definition and product pricing), federal securities law cases (the efficient capital market theory), and commercial contract cases (measure of damages). Mr. Hickok, who has served as chairman of the firm s Technology Committee, also is interested in the application of technology to information and litigation management. Mr. Hickok is listed in The Best Lawyers in America and is highly rated in Chambers USA: America s Leading Lawyers for Business for securities litigation and commercial litigation. Mr. Hickok is a Fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers, which is widely viewed as the premier professional trial organization in the country. EDUCATION: B.A. 1974, summa cum laude, Lehigh University A.M Harvard University J.D. 1978, magna cum laude, Harvard Law School; editor, Harvard Law Review; recipient, Sears Prize BAR QUALIFICATIONS: Admitted to practice in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and District of Columbia
11 HENRY E. HOCKEIMER, JR. Ballard Spahr LLP Partner 1735 Market Street, 51st Floor Philadelphia, PA Phone: (215) Fax: (215) Henry E. Hockeimer, Jr., is a partner in the Litigation Department and a member of the Consumer Financial Services Group and Corporate and Government Investigations and White Collar Defense Group. He focuses his practice on white collar criminal defense, securities fraud, and complex civil litigation. He has represented clients in federal and state courts throughout the United States, and his jury trial experience, both in private practice and as a federal prosecutor, is extensive. Mr. Hockeimer has defended individuals and corporations involved in federal criminal investigations, including allegations of public corruption, securities fraud, FCPA violations, computer fraud, financial crimes, antitrust price-fixing matters, health care fraud (principally matters involving the Anti-Kickback Statute and "off-label" marketing), and tax fraud. He has significant experience directing internal investigations and responses in connection with Department of Justice and SEC inquiries. He is a court-appointed member of the Criminal Justice Act Panel of the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. Mr. Hockeimer's practice also focuses on complex civil litigation. He has represented large and mid-sized corporations in a wide spectrum of civil matters, including contract disputes, actions involving intellectual property and trade secrets, product liability matters, and insurance coverage disputes. In the spring of 1995, Mr. Hockeimer was appointed as an Assistant U.S. Attorney in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. As a federal prosecutor, he tried several high-profile public corruption, major fraud, and domestic terrorism cases, including the successful prosecution of the leader of a major anti-government "patriot" group. During his tenure in the U.S. Attorney's Office, he served as the Domestic Terrorism Coordinator and was a member of the FBI's Domestic Terrorism Task Force. EDUCATION: Catholic University of America Columbus School of Law (J.D. 1989) Miami University (B.A. 1985) ADMISSIONS: District of Columbia 1991 Pennsylvania 2001 Virginia 1990
12 JUSTIN P. KLEIN Ballard Spahr LLP Partner 1735 Market Street, 51st Floor Philadelphia, PA Phone: Fax: Justin P. Klein is a partner in the Business and Finance Department, partner-in-charge of the Securities Group, and a member of the Corporate and Government Investigations and White Collar Defense, Investment Management, Mergers and Acquisitions/Private Equity, REITs, Transactional Finance, Life Sciences/Technology, and Insurance Groups, as well as the Financial Institutions Reform Task Force. Before entering private practice, Mr. Klein spent nine years at the Securities and Exchange Commission in a variety of positions, including as assistant director of the Division of Corporation Finance. Mr. Klein concentrates on diverse securities matters, including public and private securities offerings. He represents boards of directors and committees of public and private companies and parties in regulatory and enforcement proceedings before the SEC, state securities commissions, and securities industry self-regulatory organizations. He has served as a court-appointed trustee in SEC enforcement matters, as counsel to boards and audit committees, and as special counsel to committees of independent directors of public companies in going-private and other transactions. Mr. Klein is a member of Ballard Spahr's Elected Board. EDUCATION: George Washington University Law School (J.D. 1972, with honors) University of Pennsylvania (B.A. 1969) ADMISSIONS: District of Columbia, 1973 Maryland, 1972 Pennsylvania, 1983
13 JOSEPH W. LA BARGE Tengion, Inc. Executive Director, Corporate Counsel 2900 Potshop Lane, Suite 100 East Norriton, PA Phone: (267) Fax: (267) Mr. La Barge is the Executive Director, Corporate Counsel and Secretary of Tengion, Inc., a clinical-stage biotechnology company, focused on creating product candidates that are intended to harness the intrinsic regenerative pathways of the body to produce a range of native-like organs and tissues. As chief legal counsel for Tengion, he has guided the company through various private financings, debt restructurings and its recent initial public offering. Prior to joining Tengion, Mr. La Barge was the Assistant Vice President and Assistant General Counsel at PMA Capital Corporation, a holding company whose operating subsidiaries provide specialized risk management solutions to US customers. Mr. La Barge started his legal career as an associate in the Business and Finance Department at Ballard Spahr, LLP where he counseled private and public companies in a variety of securities, merger and acquisition and licensing transactions.
14 ANN C. MULÉ Sunoco, Inc. Chief Governance and Compliance Officer, Assistant General Counsel & Corporate Secretary 1735 Market Street, Suite LL Philadelphia, PA Phone: Ann C. Mulé is Chief Governance and Compliance Officer, Assistant General Counsel, and Corporate Secretary for Sunoco, Inc., a leading manufacturer and marketer of petroleum and petrochemical products. She has served as the Corporate Secretary of Sunoco s Board of Directors and its Governance, Compensation, Executive and Corporate Responsibility Committees since 1995, and its Audit Committee since She was elected Chief Governance Officer in 2002 and assumed the Chief Compliance Officer role in Ms. Mulé reports directly to the Governance Committee and the full Board on governance matters. Since joining Sunoco in 1980, Ms. Mulé has held a number of legal positions and managed various legal areas including the corporate and securities law areas, toxic tort and product liability litigation and Sunoco s intellectual property legal work. Ms. Mulé is a member of the Society of Corporate Secretaries and Governance Professionals, having previously served on its National Board of Directors and on the Advisory Board of the Middle Atlantic Chapter. She is currently a member of the Corporate Practices Committee of the Society and served as Chair of the Society s 2008 National Conference. Ms. Mulé has represented Sunoco at the Council of Institutional Investors for numerous years. Currently, Ms. Mulé is a member of the American Bar Association, having previously served as Chair of the Business Law Section and as a member of the Board of Governors for the Philadelphia Bar Association ( PBA ). In addition, she previously served as Chair of the Committee on Securities Regulation for the PBA and Vice Chair of the Executive Counsel of the Corporate and Securities Law Committee of the American Corporate Counsel Association. She was previously a member of the Business Corporation Law Task Force of the Pennsylvania Bar Association. Ms. Mulé is a member of the University of Delaware s Weinberg Center for Corporate Governance Advisory Board. Ms. Mulé previously served on the Board of the Philadelphia Zoo, where she was vice chair of the Trusteeship Committee. Ms. Mulé is a frequent speaker on SEC and Governance matters and has spoken at various professional conferences as well as academic institutions, including the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and the University of Delaware. Ms. Mulé has served as Co-Chair of the Philadelphia SEC Hot Topics program from In 2007 and 2008, Ms. Mulé was named one of the 100 most influential people in corporate governance by Directorship magazine. Ms. Mulé is a magna cum laude graduate of St. Joseph s University (1978) and a cum laude graduate of Villanova University School of Law (1981).
15 SUZANNE NIEMEYER Internet Capital Group General Counsel, Managing Director and Secretary 690 Lee Road Wayne, PA Phone: (610) Suzanne is General Counsel, Managing Director and Secretary of Internet Capital Group, Inc. (NASDAQ: ICGE), a publicly traded holding company that focuses on technology-based businesses. Suzanne has been with ICG since January 2000 and manages all aspects of ICG s legal function. She has been responsible for evaluating, structuring and negotiating dozens of complex acquisitions, dispositions and restructurings. She advises ICG s management and Board of Directors on a diverse range of legal issues, provides legal support to ICG s partner companies and participates in the development of ICG s business strategy. She oversees ICG s compliance with securities laws and other regulatory matters and is responsible for establishing corporate governance policies and practices. Prior to joining ICG, Suzanne practiced in the business department at Dechert LLP, where she was a member of the mergers and acquisitions and corporate and securities practice groups. Suzanne received a BA from Duke University and a JD from Georgetown University Law Center. She currently serves on the board of directors of Investor Force Holdings, Inc. and the Foundation Board of Bryn Mawr Rehabilitation Hospital.
16 F. DOUGLAS RAYMOND III Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP Partner One Logan Square, Ste Philadelphia, PA Phone: (215) Fax: (215) Doug Raymond has been a corporate lawyer for almost 25 years and has been consistently singled out as among the top lawyers in his field by Chambers USA, "Best Lawyers in America" and the Legal 500. He has been described as "an excellent advisor who stands out for his practical and solution-oriented advice." Doug was formerly a Managing Partner of the firm and served as the chairman of its Corporate and Securities Practice Group for over 10 years, stepping down in 2010 to return to the full-time practice of law. Much of Doug's work is transactionally focused - on mergers and acquisitions, securities offerings and joint ventures - and is driven by his relationships with his clients. Doug focuses on understanding his clients' businesses and industries, their objectives and how they want to achieve them, and he is dedicated to helping his clients accomplish their goals, effectively and efficiently. Doug also works extensively on matters of corporate governance for both public and private companies, and advises boards of directors and special board committees across a range of challenges from conflicts of interest and changes in control, to corporate investigations and risk management assessment. EDUCATION: University of Pennsylvania Law School, J.D magna cum laude Harvard University, B.A cum laude BAR QUALIFICATIONS: Pennsylvania
17 PETER F. SCHENCK United States Attorneys Office, Eastern District Criminal Chief 615 Chestnut Street, Ste Philadelphia, PA Peter is Chief of the Criminal Division of the United States Attorney s Office for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, in Philadelphia. Prior to assuming that position he was Chief of the Commercial and Consumer Fraud Section of the office, where he was responsible for, among other areas, prosecution of securities and corporate fraud. He is a member of the Department of Justice s Securities and Commodities Fraud Working Group., and is one of the course developers and a faculty member for the Securities Fraud course at the National Advocacy Center. Prior to that, he organized and was Chief of the Financial Institution Fraud Section of the office, concentrating on prosecutions arising from the failure of banking institutions during the savings and loan collapse of the late 80's and early 90's. Peter had returned to the federal government after five years of private practice as a partner in the law firm of Ainslie & Schenck, where he was engaged in criminal and civil litigation. Prior to entering private practice, Peter had served as an Assistant United States Attorney and Deputy Chief of the Criminal Division in Philadelphia, specializing in political corruption prosecutions. He began his career serving five years as an Assistant and Deputy District Attorney in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, where he handled a wide variety of state criminal prosecutions. EDUCATION: Peter received his BA from Dartmouth College and his law degree from Duke University.
18 JOANNE R. SOSLOW Morgan Lewis Bockius LLP Partner 1701 Market Street Philadelphia, PA Phone: (215) Fax: (215) Joanne R. Soslow is a partner in Morgan Lewis's Business and Finance Practice, and has been with the firm since Focused on corporate and security matters, Ms. Soslow is dedicated to working with public companies and emerging growth businesses primarily in the biotechnology, specialty pharmaceutical, financial services, technology, and manufacturing sectors. Ms. Soslow represents and advises clients on a range of matters, including complex securities transactions, corporate governance issues, mergers and acquisitions, general corporate and securities counseling of public companies, and planning for and implementing growth strategies. She also represents both investors and companies in venture capital transactions and advises boards of directors and significant shareholders on disclosure issues, corporate communication policies, and fiduciary duty matters. A member of the firm's Diversity Committee and a former member of firm's Advisory Board, Ms. Soslow is a regular speaker at client and industry events on a range of issues including security industry trends and SEC initiatives. She also devotes significant time to supporting women lawyers and to providing pro bono services to organizations such as Conkerr Cancer, a nonprofit that serves sick children in hospitals across the United States. EDUCATION: Boston University School of Law, 1991, J.D. University of Pennsylvania, 1987, B.A. University of Pennsylvania, Wharton School of Business, 1987, B.S.E. BAR QUALIFICATIONS: Pennsylvania
19 JANE K. STORERO Blank Rome LLP Partner One Logan Square 130 North 18 th Street Philadelphia, PA Phone: (215) Fax: (215) Jane K. Storero is a partner in the Philadelphia office of Blank Rome LLP. Ms. Storero represents public companies in connection with securities compliance, capital raising activities and mergers and acquisitions. She is experienced in all aspects of corporate and securities law, including: public and private offerings of securities, corporate governance issues, audit committee issues, international securities transactions and compliance with securities and exchange rules. Ms. Storero is a member of the Blank Rome s Public Companies Practice Group and Co-Chair of the Banking Group. Ms. Storero is a frequent lecturer on legal issues related to corporate governance, shareholder activism and business practices topics. She has authored various articles and other publications on these topics. Ms. Storero graduated from the National Law Center of The George Washington University and also received an MBA in Finance. Ms. Storero is a member of the Pennsylvania Securities Commission s Attorney Advisory Board. Ms. Storero currently serves on the boards of the Forum of Executive Women, the Abington Art Center and Women s Way.
20 JOHN R. TRUZZOLINO RR Donnelley Managing Director, Technology Solutions 75 Park Place New York, NY Phone: (212) John Truzzolino is the Managing Director, Technology Solutions for the Global Capital Markets Division of RR Donnelley. John is responsible for sales of technology based solutions including; XBRL Services, EZ-Proxy, Net.Filer and Secure Online Work-spaces. John has more than 2 decades of experience following SEC compliance changes, analyzing their impact on issues and developing solutions to meet the changing regulatory environment. Experience in Sales, Marketing, Business and Product Development provide a platform for delivering solutions which bridge technology and regulatory requirements. John closely follows the following industry groups and has participated on various panel discussions: American Society of Corporate Secretaries, National Institute of Investor Relations and XBRL International.