Jonathan M. Plasse Participated as a Panelist During a Securities Litigation & Enforcement CLE

New York, NY
December 09, 2010

On December 9, 2010 from 9:00 a.m. - 5:30 p.m., Jonathan M. Plasse participated as a panelist during a CLE program at the New York City Bar.

The financial crisis continues to have a substantial impact on securities litigation and enforcement. While recent court decisions have dramatically altered the litigation landscape, federal and state prosecutors and regulators have undertaken new enforcement and regulatory initiatives. At this program, a faculty of highly experienced securities litigators and government enforcement officials discussed important developments in securities litigation and enforcement, and offered strategies and tactics for prosecuting and defending these cases. The course offered outside and in-house counsel, as well as other securities professionals, an overview of cutting-edge issues in securities litigation and enforcement, ranging from nuts and bolts principles to sophisticated strategic advice. Topics to be discussed included:

-Strategies for prosecuting & defending securities class actions & derivative lawsuits "
-Litigation arising from the Madoff scandal & other Ponzi schemes "
-The SEC's new cooperation initiative "
-Criminal investigations of alleged securities law violations "
-Update on legislation that will affect securities litigation and enforcement "
-Best practices & potential minefields in corporate internal investigations