Securities Litigation in the Crisis: Focus on Regulatory Action and Financial Firms

New York, New York
23 March 2010
Hosted By: New York University Vincent C. Ross Institute of Accounting Research in cooperation with NERA

Class-action lawsuits against corporations and SEC settlements with companies and managers were both on a downward trend before the current financial crisis. While the litigation landscape has since shifted, financial regulatory reform remains before Congress and new legislation is likely to create a more activist regulatory and enforcement environment. This Ross Institute Roundtable, held in cooperation with NERA at New York University on 23 March 2010, brought together a panel of experts from a range of perspectives to examine in-depth the implications of the current economic crisis for shareholder litigation and regulatory enforcement. NERA Vice President Dr. Stephanie Plancich presented as part of the program.

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