Please join the Chicago Bar Association Securities Law Committee on February 27, 2018 from 3-6 p.m. for three great panel discussions of what in securities law has changed and what has not during the first year of the Trump Administration while getting continuing legal education credits.

Our expert panelists are John H. Hartmann, Kirkland & Ellis; Timothy Warren, Labaton Sucharow; Alan Wolper, Ulmer & Berne, William Birdthistle, Professor at IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law; Pravin Rao, Perkins Coie;  Christopher Veatch, Perkins Coie. Lisa Braganca will moderate the panel discussions. The participants include former federal and state criminal prosecutors, former Securities & Exchange Commission enforcement attorneys, as well as attorneys with extensive experience in academia, and in representing Fortune 500 companies, broker-dealers, investment advisers, investment companies, whistleblowers, and investors in all manner of investigations and litigation. This should be a lively and informative program.

February 27, 2018 at 3:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m., Chicago Bar Association, 321 S. Plymouth Court, Chicago

You can register for the program here: http://www.chicagobar.org/source/Meetings/cMeetingFunctionDetail.cfm?section=Calendar&product_major=C9218&functionstartdisplayrow=1

Corporate compliance and whistleblowers: Is there anything different under the Trump Administration?

Panelists:         John H. Hartmann, Kirkland & Ellis LLP, Timothy Warren, Labaton Sucharow

This panel of securities law experts will discuss what Candidate Donald Trump promised during the presidential campaign and what the Trump Administration has delivered thus far. The panel will examine what has changed (if anything) for whistleblowers, officers and directors, and public companies in regulation, enforcement, and in the courts.

Has anything changed for investors and financial professionals under the Trump Administration?

Panelists:         Alan Wolper, Ulmer & Berne LLP, William Birdthistle, Illinois Institute of Technology Chicago-Kent College of Law

This panel of securities law experts will discuss what Candidate Donald Trump promised during the presidential campaign and what the Trump Administration has delivered thus far. The panel will examine what has changed (if anything) for investors and financial professionals in regulation, enforcement, and in the courts.

SEC Has Spoken: What Does that Mean?

Panelists:         Pravin Rao, Perkins Coie LLP; Christopher Veatch, Perkins Coie LLP

This panel of securities law experts will discuss developments in SEC Enforcement activity over the last year. The discussion will be framed by the enforcement initiatives that were announced for 2017 at the annual SEC Speaks conference in February 2017 and look at how those priorities have changed in light of the latest pronouncements the SEC made earlier this month for 2018.

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Lisa Bragança recovers losses for investors all over the country, protects whistleblowers, and defends individuals and businesses in government investigations. As a Branch Chief with the SEC Division of Enforcement, Lisa investigated a wide range of investment fraud and Wall Street misconduct. You can reach Lisa at (847) 906-3460 or BragancaLaw@gmail.com. You can follow Lisa on Twitter @LisaBraganca.