Jonathan Kotlier and Ian Roffman present at the BBA’s program “Securities Enforcement 2014: An Inside Look at New Developments at the SEC, the USAO, and the Insider Trading Trials of the Year”Print PDF
Jonathan L. Kotlier and Ian Roffman, partners in the Litigation Department and members of the Securities Enforcement and Litigation and Government Investigations and White Collar Crime practice groups, served as moderators at the Boston Bar Association’s program “Securities Enforcement 2014: An Inside Look at New Developments at the SEC, the USAO, and the Insider Trading Trials of the Year” on April 9. Jonathan moderated the first panel “The New Phase of the Union Between the SEC and the USAO--What you need to know” in which recently appointed heads of the Security and Exchange Commission's Boston Regional Office and the US Attorney's Office Economic Crimes Unit provided their thoughts on the new level of cooperation between the USAO and the SEC, enforcement, and new initiatives. Ian moderated the second panel “Cuban, Martoma and Trying an Insider Trading Case” which featured trial counsel from high-profile insider trading trials and investigations, including the Mark Cuban trial, the Mathew Martoma trial, and strategies for preparing for and going to trial in insider trading cases.
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