Daily News: January 5, 2016

Corporate Governance, Securities Lawyer Returns to Dorsey & Whitney


International law firm Dorsey & Whitney announced that Cam Hoang has rejoined the firm’s Corporate Group as a partner in Minneapolis.

For the last 10 years, Hoang has been senior counsel and assistant secretary at General Mills where she advised senior management on corporate governance and compensation disclosure issues, worked on SEC compliance and reporting, had responsibility for proxy materials and annual meetings, assisted on securities offerings and corporate secretary matters and provided support for the employee benefits group on executive compensation, equity plans and related disclosures. She also worked on M&A transactions, risk management, General Mills Foundation matters and general corporate and commercial matters. Before joining General Mills in 2005, Hoang was an associate for five years in the Dorsey Corporate Group in Minneapolis.

During her tenure at General Mills, Hoang served as president of the Twin Cities chapter of the Society of Corporate Secretaries and Governance Professionals and also served on that organization’s national board. Hoang currently serves on the boards of the Mill City Credit Union and Minneapolis Community and Technical College.

“We are very pleased that Cam has returned to Dorsey,” noted Ken Cutler, managing partner of Dorsey & Whitney. “She is a superb corporate governance and SEC compliance lawyer with a national reputation and the insights of someone who has counselled, for over a decade, senior management at one of the major public companies in the world. She will bring great expertise and experience to Dorsey’s strong public company practice.”

“I am delighted to be rejoining Dorsey and its great firm-wide team of corporate, securities and M&A lawyers,” noted Hoang. “I look forward to serving Dorsey’s exceptional client base.”