Wednesday, November 5, 2008
The Securities and Exchange Commission has just published on its web site its new "Enforcement Manual" that for the first time publicly discloses the internal policies and procedures that guide its investigations. This comprehensive publication identifies the decision-makers and the factors they consider at each stage of the investigative process, and reveals particular requests and presentations counsel can make to proactively represent a client's interests. The Manual also provides numerous policy benchmarks that will promote consistency and predictability across the SEC's enforcement program and that counsel can credibly point to in dealing with the staff.
Please join Mayer Brown partners Stephen J. Crimmins, former Deputy Chief Litigation Counsel of the SEC's Enforcement Division, and Jeffrey F. Robertson as they discuss and provide insight into the new manual.
Topics to be addressed include:
Read the recent article written by Stephen J. Crimmins and Jeffrey F. Robertson on the analysis of the new SEC Enforcement Manual. The article appeared in BNA's Securities Regulation & Law Report on October 20, 2008.
Stephen J. Crimmins - Washington DC
Jeffrey F. Robertson - Washington DC
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