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Why You Should Attend
Over the last decade, insider trading has been a critical area of criminal and civil enforcement, and it will likely remain so for some time to come. During this seminar, learn about insider trading law and how it has developed, including the implications of Blaszczak, Martoma, Salman, Newman, and other recent decisions.
Explore the significance of the application of traditional notions of insider trading to cutting-edge products and technology like cryptocurrency. Learn about recent insider trading actions in the blockchain space.
Don’t miss out on this highly topical program, which will discuss the state of the law, enforcement priorities in this area, and how clients can avoid the government’s crosshairs. Our faculty of experienced litigators – including current and former DOJ prosecutors and SEC and CFTC enforcement attorneys – will address changes in the law, current and future areas of enforcement, and best compliance practices to prevent insider trading.
What You Will Learn
After completing this program, participants will be able to:
- Understand the law of insider trading
- Interpret the implications of Blaszczak, Martoma, Salman, Newman, and other recent decisions
- Compare Title 15 versus Title 18 securities fraud charges
- Recognize insider trading issues in the digital asset space
- Investigate insider trading allegations
- Identify best compliance practices to avoid potential enforcement actions
- Use key strategies to defend criminal and civil insider trading actions
- Analyze current and future criminal and civil enforcement priorities for insider trading cases
- Understand the substance of the first insider trading statute, which passed the House of Representatives last session.
Who Should Attend
This program is designed for lawyers who defend, investigate, and litigate white collar criminal and/or civil enforcement cases involving insider trading, in-house and outside corporate counsel, and internal auditors and compliance officers. Additionally, government attorneys, forensic accountants, and other experts and consultants who handle insider trading cases will find this program extremely valuable.
Special Feature: Hear from experienced litigators including current and former DOJ prosecutors and SEC and CFTC enforcement attorneys.
Program Level: Update
Prerequisites: An interest in handling white collar criminal and/or civil enforcement cases involving insider trading (as an attorney, internal auditor, compliance officer, forensic accountant, or other expert or consultant) and/or in identifying, addressing, and resolving compliance issues involving insider trading.
Advanced Preparation: None