Daily Archives: October 29, 2019, 5:05 pm

Dispatches from Securities Enforcement Forum 2019 – Radical Compliance

Several hundred securities enforcement professionals gathered in Washington on Wednesday for the 2019 Securities Enforcement Forum. Radical Compliance couldn’t be there in person, so we gathered a bundle of dispatches from social media to give a flavor of what was discussed. After all, when under SEC investigation, you want the experience to be as enjoyable as possible, right? via Securities…

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Accomplished Team of Financial Regulation and Enforcement Partners Join Baker McKenzie | Newsroom | Baker McKenzie

Baker McKenzie has added four new partners to its North America Litigation & Government Enforcement practice: Amy J. Greer, based in New York and Washington, DC; Jennifer L. Klass, based in New York; Peter K.M. Chan, based in Chicago; and A. Valerie Mirko, based in Washington, DC. Amy, Jen and Peter join the Firm from Morgan Lewis, and Valerie was…

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The Securities Hype: First of its kind, but not the last – Lexology

Australia has had a class action regime since 1992. Despite all of the claims activity in the time since with around 120 actions commenced, no securities class action has proceeded to judgment in Australia. That changed yesterday, with judgment being delivered in the Myer shareholder class action. Whilst the Court found that Myer had breached its continuous disclosure obligations by…

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