Regina Schlatter is counsel in the Corporate Department.
Ms. Schlatter represents public corporations and investors in securities laws reporting and compliance, in the context of general company representation, and in connection with corporate transactions and securities offerings.
Ms. Schlatter has extensive experience in Proxy Statement preparation, executive compensation disclosure, and related compliance with stockholder advisory group recommendations. She regularly advises US and non-US entities on their disclosure obligations under, and compliance with, Sections 13 and 16 of the US Securities Exchange Act of 1934, the US stock exchange corporate governance requirements, and Rule 144 under the Securities Act of 1933.
Her practice also focuses on executive compensation and equity incentive plan design and registration.
She is an active participant in the firm’s pro bono programs. Ms. Schlatter has successfully represented individuals in guardianship and special immigration juvenile status proceedings, and she provides legal services at the Public Law Center Guardianship Clinic.
Ms. Schlatter is a member of the firm's Public Company Representation and Benefits, Compensation & Employment Practices.