PLI Securities Litigation & Enforcement Institute 2008

10/20/2008

Securities Litigation, Securities Enforcement, and Investigations + White Collar Defense

PLI California Center
San Francisco, CA 

Jordan Eth

Jordan Eth

Speaking Engagement

Why You Should Attend
Recent Supreme Court focus on securities cases is changing the landscape, thereby increasing the need to stay current and develop new strategies and tactics. Our faculty of leading practitioners, SEC officials, federal prosecutors and judges will update you on the latest case law, enforcement initiatives, emerging trends, and breaking developments., investment bankers and securities dealers.

What You Will Learn

  • Strategies for prosecuting and defending the securities fraud action
  • The implications of Stoneridge’s rejection of “scheme liability”
  • What the subprime crisis means for securities litigation
  • Latest government enforcement initiatives and how to deal effectively with the government
  • Criminal investigation and prosecution of securities violations
  • Update on options backdating claims
  • The latest on corporate governance litigation
  • Developments in auditor liability
  • Ethical issues for securities lawyers

Who Should Attend
This Institute is designed for the intermediate to advanced securities practitioner, for outside and in-house counsel, compliance officers, regulators, investment bankers and securities dealers.

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http://www.pli.edu/product/seminar_detail.asp?id=39544

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