Securities Enforcement: Recent Developments, Trial Strategies, and Getting to a Non-Prosecution Agreement

Date:

Thursday, April 4, 2013

Speaker(s):

David Bergers, regional director and acting deputy chief of enforcement, SEC; Paul G. Levenson, Esq. , chief, Economic Crimes Unit, United State Attorney's Office; Emily R. Schulman, Wilmer Hale

Fee:

member $125, nonmember $155

Time:

4-7 pm EDT

CLE Credits:

2.75 hr

 

This program will include three panels featuring attorneys from the SEC, the U.S. attorney's office, private practice, as well as a U.S. District Court judge. The panelists will review recent SEC / DOJ trends, explore strategies to take in the courtroom, and will provide helpful approaches for practitioners representing clients under investigation, when indicted, and during appeals. Panel one covers SEC/DOJ Trends and Developments; panel two offers Trying Securities Cases: Can the Jury Really Get It?;  and panel three:  Internal Investigations Done Right: Obtaining a Non-Prosecution Agreement and Other Ways to Protect Shareholder Value.