Getting Personal with Securities Litigation in 2014

New York, New York
07 April 2014
Hosted By: New York University's Vincent C. Ross Institute of Accounting Research at NYU Stern School of Business and NERA Economic Consulting

On 7 April 2014, New York University's Vincent C. Ross Institute of Accounting Research at NYU Stern School of Business hosted its annual Ross Roundtable in conjunction with NERA's Securities and Finance Practice. Senior Vice President Dr. David Tabak moderated the program, which consisted of two panels on financial disputes. In the first panel, Senior Consultant Erin McHugh delivered a presentation on the frequency of broker-customer disputes, rules that pertain to brokers in their dealings with customers, and the types of analyses performed by financial experts in those cases. In the second panel, Senior Vice President and Securities Practice Chair Dr. Patrick Conroy participated in a discussion on insider trading. Dr. Conroy shared his experience working on the Mark Cuban insider trading case that went to trial in 2013, in which Dr. Conroy served as a consulting expert in successfully defending Mr. Cuban against charges of insider trading brought by the US Securities and Exchange Commission.

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