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Morgan Lewis ( provides comprehensive litigation, corporate, finance, restructuring, employment and benefits, and intellectual property services in all major industries, helping clients address and anticipate challenges across vast and rapidly changing landscapes. Founded in 1873, Morgan Lewis offers more than 2,200 legal professionals, including lawyers, patent agents, employee benefits advisers, regulatory scientists, and other specialists in 30 offices across North America, Europe, Asia and the Middle East.

Morgan Lewis Presents is an annual broadcast on current issues in financial regulation of interest to the legal profession. The series includes the legacy Bingham Presents broadcasts from 2009 through 2014.

The SEC Historical Society partners with Morgan Lewis & Bockius LLP each year to broadcast Morgan Lewis Presents from the firm's New York office and on The Society is responsible for the selection of the academic moderator for the program; the Society and Morgan Lewis work together to determine the topics and presenters.


October 21, 2020

Morgan Lewis Presents 2020: SEC Regional Directors Roundtable

Moderator: Jeff Boujoukos, Morgan Lewis partner and former Regional Director of the SEC’s Philadelphia Office

Presenter(s): 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.

September 24, 2019

Morgan Lewis Presents 2019 Spotlight on SEC Cyber Trends: A Conversation with Carolyn Welshhans

Presenter(s): Carolyn Welshhans, Associate Director and acting Cyber Unit Chief in the SEC's Enforcement Division discusses trends in today's emerging cyber landscape with Morgan Lewis partner Ivan Harris. Topics include initial coin offerings (ICOs), trading (hacking, account intrusion, and manipulations), cybersecurity controls, and issuer disclosures.

3 October 2018

Morgan Lewis Presents 2018: A Conversation with Stephanie Avakian and Steven Peikin

Moderator: Moderators: Ben Indek and Susan Resley.

Presenter(s): Panelists: Stephanie Avakian and Steven Peikin, Co-Directors, SEC Division of Enforcement.

28 September 2017

Morgan Lewis Presents 2017: Understanding Cybersecurity Regulation - Perspectives from Federal and State Regulators

Moderator: Joel Reidenberg

Presenter(s): Meredith Cross, Susan Axelrod, Michael Pieciak, Timothy Burke

29 September 2015

Morgan Lewis Presents 2015: Burning Issues at the SEC

Moderator: Jill Fisch

Presenter(s): Timothy Burke, Andrew Calamari, Merri Jo Gillette

September 15, 2014

Bingham Presents 2014: Current Issues in Broker-Dealer Enforcement

Moderator: Eric Roiter

Presenter(s): Timothy Burke, Andrew Ceresney, Eric Grossman, Joaquin Sena

12 September 2013

Bingham Presents 2013: Asset Management

Moderator: Arthur Laby

Presenter(s): Andrew Donohue, Thomas Harman, Nancy Morris

13 September 2012

Bingham Presents 2012: Criminal Enforcement of Securities Laws

Moderator: Lisa Fairfax

Presenter(s): George Canellos, Susan Merrill, Marc Minor

13 September 2011

Bingham Presents 2011: Enforcement After Dodd-Frank

Moderator: Jeffrey Manns

Presenter(s): Eric Grossman, Robert Khuzami, David Meister, Susan Merrill

29 September 2010

Bingham Presents 2010: Harmonization of the Regulation of Investment Advisers and Broker Dealers

Moderator: Erik Sirri

Presenter(s): W. Hardy Callcott, Michael Sharp, David Tittsworth

24 September 2009

Bingham Presents 2009: New World of Financial Regulation

Moderator: Theresa Gabaldon

Presenter(s): Jesse Eisinger, Roberta Karmel, Joseph Stiglitz

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