Eccleston Law: Eccleston Moderates CBA Panel on Recent Developments in Private Litigation

Posted on March 17th, 2011 at 9:00 AM

Eccleston Law chief attorney James J. Eccleston moderated a Chicago Bar Association seminar on recent developments in private litigation following the 'Crash of 2008' and the government's response of financial reform.

The panel discussed issues of interest to practicing securities lawyers, including recent judicial opinions and arbitration awards resulting from the financial crisis and new cases currently being filed and litigated in arbitration forums, as well as the investments, investment products and strategies at issue in such suits.

Panel members included Rick Ryder of Securities Arbitration Commentator, Leslie A. Blau of Blau & Malmfeldt, and Scott Carfello, the Regional Director of the Midwest Region of the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority.

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