James Eccleston and Christine Goodrich on Potential Implications of a Uniform Fiduciary Standard

Posted on December 16th, 2014 at 5:03 PM

James Eccleston and Christine Goodrich delivered a presentation on 12/16/14 to attorneys at the Chicago Bar Association.  Their topic, “Potential Implications of a Uniform Fiduciary Standard” draws on their work published last year in the journal,  Practical Compliance & Risk Management For the Securities Industry, which can be found here. They are writing again this year for the journal.  Their work will be published in early 2015.


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