Fallout from the Credit Crisis: Steps Every Company Should Take to Protect Itself and Its Officers and Directors-San Francisco


San Francisco

As the impact of the credit crisis extends beyond financial institutions, so does the attention of plaintiffs’ lawyers and regulators. What steps should you be taking to protect your company and its officers and directors? Our panel of experienced securities litigators, joined by an accounting expert from Deloitte, will address the following topics:

  • The latest litigation developments, including the expansion of litigation beyond financial institutions
  • Enforcement priorities for regulators and criminal authorities
  • Disclosure issues
  • Internal investigations
  • Hot topics in accounting
  • Tips for assessing and managing your risks

In each location, panelists will include lawyers with experience in SEC enforcement matters, private securities class actions, internal investigations, and white-collar criminal defense, along with a senior forensic accountant from Deloitte.

Who Should Attend:

  • Chief Financial Officers
  • Members of Audit Committees and Governance Committees
  • General Counsel and Other In-House Counsel
  • Risk Managers
  • Heads of International Business Units or Operations
  • Controllers/Principal Accounting Officers
  • Internal Audit Staffs
  • Compliance Officers
  • Ethics Officers
  • Outside Auditors
  • Outside Counsel


Morrison & Foerster LLP Partners:
Jordan Eth
Terri Garland
Craig D. Martin
Deloitte Financial Advisory Services LLP:
Gerry Fujimoto-Partner, Forensic & Dispute Services




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