Law, Inc. presents A Panel Discussion on SEC v. Goldman Sachs - The Law, Economics and Politics of the SEC's Fraud Charges

Date: 
Wednesday, May 19, 2010 - 12:15pm - 1:15pm
Location: 
Room III

Join Law, Inc. for a lunch panel about about one of Wall Street’s hottest topics with four of Chicago’s brightest corporate luminaries.

Topic

Although the recession appears to be ending, people are only beginning to understand the causes behind the recent financial crisis. Most recently, the Security and Exchange Commission has pointed fingers at Goldman Sachs, the investment firm known for its risk-management prowess. Speakers will address the legal sufficiency of the SEC’s claims, the economics of fraud, the policy (and politics) motivating recent events, and more.

Speakers

Douglas G. Baird, Professor of Law

Eric Posner, Professor of Law

M. Todd Henderson, Professor of Law

Richard Holden, Professor of Economics (Booth School of Business)