Events

By Christian R. Bartholomew and Sarah S. Nilson

Weil’s litigation partner Christian R. Bartholomew and associate Sarah S. Nilson give an overview of the SEC’s Whistleblower Program that came into effect as a result of the Dodd-Frank Reform Act, including details on what constitutes a whistleblower action, requirements for bounty, anti-retaliation provisions, the SEC’s enforcement powers and their possible implications, and strategic actions companies should take in response in a presentation made to the 30th Annual Federal Securities Institute in February.

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By Christian R. Bartholomew and Sarah S. Nilson

Weil’s litigation partner Christian R. Bartholomew and associate Sarah S. Nilson summarize the most recent SEC enforcement trends, including whistleblower, insider trading, and FCPA cases, as well as the SEC’s enforcement powers under Dodd-Frank and enforcement actions post-Janus in a presentation made to the 30th Annual Federal Securities Institute on February 16, 2012.

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The Working Group will continue to monitor any developments and provide timely coverage at Weil’s Financial Regulatory Reform Center.  If you are interested in discussing this or other regulatory enforcement issues, please contact Working Group member Christian R. Bartholomew (202-682-7070 or christian.bartholomew@weil.com).

Systemic Risk: The Age of SIFIs and GSIBs

The Clearing House’s First Annual Business Meeting & Conference

November 9-10, 2011, New York Palace Hotel, New York, NY | Register Now

Weil’s Heath Tarbert is scheduled to appear as a panelist at The Clearing House’s First Annual Business Meeting & Conference, to be held on November 9-10 at the New York Palace Hotel in New York, NY. The conference will examine the commercial banking regulatory and payments landscape in the post-Dodd-Frank era, as well as other related legal and tax issues. Mr. Tarbert’s panel will discuss current Dodd-Frank rulemakings pertaining to the Orderly Liquidation Authority, Title II, Early Remediation, and resolution planning, or “living wills.”

Preparing for a New Environment for Compliance & Enforcement

New York Bankers Association Financial Services Forum

November 9-11, 2011, New York, NY, Waldorf-Astoria Hotel | Register Now

Derrick Cephas will be a speaker on the panel “Preparing for a New Environment for Compliance & Enforcement,” on Wednesday, November 9, 2011 at the New York Bankers Association Financial Services Forum. The event will take place at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel in New York, NY.

New ‘Living Will’ Requirements for Banks and Resolution Powers for Regulators

Institute of International Bankers

November 30, 2011, Harold Proshansky Auditorium, CUNY Graduate Center, New York, NY | Register Now

Weil’s Derrick Cephas will appear at the IIB conference Implementation of the Dodd-Frank Act – Key Issues for International Banks. Mr. Cephas’ panel is titled “New ‘Living Will’ Requirements for Banks and Resolution Powers for Regulators” and will commence at 1:45 p.m.