The Anti-Corruption Report, Berkeley Research Group and Paul Hastings to Present Webinar on the Impact of Recent Initiatives on SEC Enforcement

On Tuesday, November 19, 2013, the Anti-Corruption Report’s Editor-in-Chief, Rebecca Hughes Parker, will moderate a complimentary panel discussion about how recent SEC initiatives are changing the landscape of SEC enforcement and what these changes mean for companies.  Thomas A. Zaccaro, a partner at Paul Hastings LLP, and H. David Kotz, Director at Berkeley Research Group and former Inspector General of the SEC, will join Rebecca to cover topics including the SEC’s new admit/deny policy and its implications; increased judicial scrutiny of agreements and the impact on settlement negotiations with the SEC; the SEC’s increased focus on cooperation agreements, including a discussion of the SEC’s first ever non-prosecution agreement for FCPA violations; and the SEC’s use of administrative proceedings as opposed to civil actions in court, as exemplified by the recent action brought against SAC Capital.  The webinar will take place at 12:00 pm EDT.

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