Daily Archives: November 7, 2023, 9:36 am

Remarks to the 2023 Conference on SEC Regulation Outside the United States: Fifth Annual Scott Friestad Memorial Lecture — SEC Commissioner Mark T. Uyeda

However, enforcement actions are not subject to notice and comment. The only individuals involved in the discussions are the enforcement staff, the defendants, and their counsel. The language of enforcement orders is negotiated among them, and the full context of those discussions may not be included. While some may view an order as providing guidance on the SEC’s views, it…

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MoloLamken adds accomplished federal prosecutor Jenn Schubert — MoloLamken LLP 

MoloLamken continues to add elite cross-border, white collar, and trial firepower with accomplished federal prosecutor Jenn Schubert. Schubert spent a decade prosecuting bank and wire fraud, money laundering, corruption, obstruction, terrorism, and human trafficking as an Assistant United States Attorney for the Eastern District of New York. She served as EDNY’s Computer Hacking and Intellectual Property Coordinator and Acting Chief…

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Thinking About Emerging AI Risks | The D&O Diary

For readers of this blog, one rather urgent question is the extent to which AI also presents corporate and securities litigation risks. It doesn’t take much of an imagination to prognosticate that AI-related risks could lead to significant corporate and securities litigation, although it perhaps does take more imagination than this author can muster to envision all of the various…

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Katherine L. Wawrzyniak, Former Deputy Chief of the Criminal Division of the US Attorney’s Office for the Northern District of California, Joins Goodwin in San Francisco |  Goodwin Procter

Global law firm Goodwin today announced that Katherine L. Wawrzyniak joined the firm’s Complex Litigation & Dispute Resolution practice as a partner, resident in the San Francisco office. Katie joins the firm after serving as Deputy Chief of the Criminal Division of the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Northern District of California (USAO). Source: Katherine L. Wawrzyniak, Former Deputy Chief of the Criminal…

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The SBF Case Was Easy – Bloomberg

… And for a normal person who does not love financial complexity and have a soft spot for fraud, this case was very very very very very very very simple. Obviously a lot of people — not just Bankman-Fried but also the prosecutors, journalists, etc. — have some incentive to make it seem complicated. But all that you actually need…

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