Financial Crisis Fallout 2010: Emerging Enforcement Trends

November 4, 2010 – November 9, 2010
Colleen A. Conry

Actions against Officers and Directors of Financial Services Organizations    

  • Risks for officers and directors in the wake of the financial crisis
  • Theories of liability for officers and directors
  • Strategies for defending officers and directors

Speakers: Samuel J. Buffone, Colleen A. Conry, Thomas P. Vartanian
Moderators: Robert S. Bennett, Andrew L. Sandler


Why You Should Attend

In the wake of the financial crisis, there have been significant government enforcement developments.  We continue to see expansive enforcement actions against major financial institutions, while many more are the subject of government scrutiny.  This program will provide you with valuable insight and analysis of emerging enforcement trends as well as strategies for practicing in the current environment. 

What You Will Learn

  • Featured Keynote! Assistant Attorney General for the Criminal Division of the U.S. Department of Justice Lanny Breuer will address the current enforcement environment
  • Lessons from headline enforcement actions
  • The risk of exposure of officers and directors
  • The impact of Congressional actions and investigations on enforcement
  • Practical tips for navigating the current enforcement environment
  • Predictions of what to expect in the coming year

Who Should Attend

This program is designed for both in-house and outside counsel who represent financial services organizations that may be subject to or are seeking to avoid government enforcement action, as well as all lawyers practicing in the area of enforcement. 

Ropes & Gray Speakers

Colleen A. Conry
Colleen A. Conry
Retired Partner