Organizer: New York City Bar
Topic: Years after the financial crisis and the burst of the housing bubble, securities litigation and enforcement proceedings arising from these events continue to multiply. Investors and insurers have sued issuers, underwriters, mortgage servicers, auditors and credit rating agencies. At the same time, federal and state regulators have commenced numerous, parallel investigations and enforcement actions. As these lawsuits, investigations and enforcement actions continue apace, it is critical that securities litigators and enforcement lawyers keep up with the latest developments.
This full-day program will provide a comprehensive overview of recent trends, developments and cutting-edge issues in securities litigation and enforcement. The panels will include prominent securities litigators, senior enforcement officials, in-house counsel, economists and academics, including Professor John C. Coffee, Jr., the Adolf A. Berle professor of law at Columbia Law School.
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