The Third Annual National Institute on Securities Fraud
October 2 - 3, 2008
Options, backdating convictions, and the sub-prime meltdown, stepped up enforcement of insider trading laws; SEC PIPE (dream) cases dealt a set back, a resurgence of financial fraud investigations and a continuing wave of international securities fraud enforcement actions. Recent activity during 2007 and 2008 continues to demonstrate, once again, that securities fraud enforcement remains a top priority at DOJ and that close collaboration and parallel investigations with the SEC are here to stay.
With this program you will gain valuable insights from the very best in the profession – judges, prosecutors, regulators, academics, compliance officers, and defense counsel – about what to expect next and how to prepare for these new developments in the ever present, headline-making area of securities fraud. The Third Annual National Institute on Securities Fraud will provide an in-depth, cutting-edge, and rewarding educational experience for all practitioners, including prosecutors, regulators, compliance officers, and defense counsel. Top officials and luminaries from the SEC, DOJ, law schools, the judiciary, corporations, and top-tier law firms will share their insights concerning a multitude of important subjects.
The Securities Fraud National Institute Planning Committee, in cooperation with the Criminal Justice Section White Collar Crime Committee and the Section of Business Law, will provide an educational and professional forum to discuss the legal and ethical issues that arise in securities fraud matters in both panel presentations and break-out sessions.
Tom Hanusik is on the Planning Committee and a speaker. Phil Inglima, Dan Zelenko and Janet Levine are also speaking at this program.
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