The number of lawyers engaged in white collar criminal litigation has grown dramatically in recent years, as the priorities of the regulators have shifted and as the number and nature of the regulators vying to regulate white collar crime have expanded and changed.
The White Collar Criminal Litigation Committee seeks (1) to educate its members about important developments in federal and state criminal law and related regulatory matters (2) to provide a forum for members to share questions and experiences; and (3) to encourage discussion between the white collar bar and the regulators concerning a range of issues, from trends in enforcement to the impact of new judicial decisions or congressional activity. From time to time, the Committee studies and make recommendations on legal, ethical and policy issues of importance to the white collar bar in New York State.
Recent Guest Speakers
- Benjamin Lawsky – Superintendent, NY Dept. of Financial Services
- Lewis Liman – Cleary Gotlieb
- Neil Barofsky – former Inspector General for TARP
- Abbe Lowell – Chadbourne & Parke
- George Canellos – Co-Director, SEC Enforcement Division
- Christina Dugger – 1st Assistant U.S. Attorney, EDNY
- Preet Bharara – US Attorney, SDNY
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