American Conference Institute's Advanced Forum on Securities Litigation
Kevin Logue will be on a panel at the American Conference Institute's Advanced Forum on Securities Litigation. The conference will take place on May 12-13, 2009 at The Carlton on Madison Avenue in New York City.
Kevin will be part of a panel discussion titled "Focus on Class Actions in Federal Court: Defending Against Securities Fraud Claims Arising from the Subprime Crisis and the Credit Crunch."
Be a part of the essential defense forum that will shape the future of securities litigation strategies for leading litigators and in-house counsel.
The subprime crisis and ensuing financial meltdown have led to a drastic spike in the number of securities class actions being filed. Investment banks, broker-dealers, issuers, and others involved with subprime-related securities can expect to be hit with numerous lawsuits in the coming months as investors seek to recover their losses. Add to this the complexity of the financial instruments at the heart of many of these suits, including CDOs and other structured products, and the picture is clear: corporate and outside counsel must be prepared to face an unprecedented wave of securities litigation in 2009 and beyond. Those who do not master the intricacies of subprime-related securities and the innovative defense strategies that are beginning to emerge in the wake of the subprime crisis risk economic ruin.
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