The Impact of Recent Initiatives in SEC Enforcement
Tuesday, November 19 4:00 PM GMT to 5:00 PM GMT
Berkeley Research Group, Paul Hastings, and The FCPA Report present a webinar to discuss:- The SEC's new admit/deny policy and its implications;- Judicial scrutiny of agreements and the impact on settlement negotiations with the SEC;- The SEC’s increased focus on cooperation agreements, including a discussion of the SEC’s first ever non-prosecution agreement for FCPA violations;- The SEC’s use of administrative proceedings as opposed to civil actions in court as exemplified by the recent action brought against SAC Capital.
Thomas A. ZaccaroThomas A. Zaccaro is a partner in the Litigation practice at Paul Hastings and the chair of the Los Angeles Litigation department. His practice encompasses complex civil, commercial, and criminal litigation in state and federal courts. In particular, Mr. Zaccaro represents corporations and their officers and directors in securities litigation, class action litigation, and SEC and criminal investigations. He also represents individuals in white-collar criminal cases, grand jury investigations, and congressional hearings. He has argued cases before the U.S. Courts of Appeals for the 2nd and 9th circuits and numerous federal district courts.
H. David KotzFormer Inspector General of the SEC and BRG Director H. David Kotz focuses on internal investigations and matters relating to FCPA and Anti-Money Laundering regulations. He also serves as an expert witness in litigation matters relating to securities regulation and the identification of fraud. During his tenure at the SEC (2007 to 2012), he authored the landmark, widely publicized report investigating the failure of the SEC to uncover Bernard Madoff’s Ponzi scheme.
Rebecca Hughes Parker, Editor-in-Chief, The FCPA Report, will moderate a panel discussion.
DATETuesday, November 19, 2013
TIME12:00 pm EDT
RSVPby Friday, November 15, 2013To register, please follow this link