On November 5, the Society partnered with NYU Pollack Center for Law and Business and the Indiana University Mauer School of Law to sponsor a virtual symposium commemorating the 40th anniversary of Chiarella v. United States. The 2-hour program explored the fascinating backstories of the Chiarella prosecution and the Supreme Court argument as well as the SEC's and DOJ's insider trading enforcement strategies in the aftermath of the Court's ruling.
See related documents in this special exhibit.
When ordinary Americans think of the Securities and Exchange Commission, they think first of enforcement – of the Agency catching stock manipulators, stopping insider trading, uncovering cooked books, and ensuring corporate integrity. This Gallery tells the story of the Division since its founding in 1972, as its attorneys were confronted again and again not only with the fraudsters who seem constantly to plague the securities markets, but with new schemes and stratagems made possible by political, economic, and technological change. – Harwell Wells, Curator
This new gallery is made possible through the generous financial support of Linda Chatman Thomsen, Susan G. Markel and Thomas O. Gorman. In this brief video, these contributors, and curator Harwell Wells, reflect on what the gallery means to them.
In case you missed it... On October 21, we held our annual Morgan Lewis Presents program featuring a virtual roundtable of SEC Regional Office Directors. The panel included Richard R. Best, Director of the New York Regional Office, Marc P. Berger, Deputy Director of Enforcement and former Director of New York’s Regional Office, and Kelly L. Gibson, Director of the Philadelphia Regional Office. Morgan Lewis partner and former Regional Director of the SEC’s Philadelphia office, Jeff Boujoukos, led the discussion around current topics including how COVID-19 has impacted operations.
On August 15, 2000, the Securities and Exchange Commission adopted Regulation Fair Disclosure, often referred to as Regulation FD...VISIT EXHIBIT
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