Katten will host the firm's annual Financial Markets Litigation and Enforcement Symposium Series at 10:00 a.m. (ET) on Thursday, October 1. The virtual program will include discussions of current regulatory enforcement and litigation issues facing the financial services industry, as well as a panel to discuss the importance of expanding diversity in the financial services legal industry.
At 10:00 a.m. (ET), Financial Markets and Funds partner Carl Kennedy will moderate the "Broadening the Pipeline: How to Increase Diversity in the Financial Services Legal Industry" panel, which will include Noah Heller, Katten's CEO; Robin Lenhardt, professor of law at Georgetown University Law Center; Glen A. Rae, deputy general counsel — Global Markets & International, Bank of America; and Jane Hong Shissler, general counsel, Destra Capital. Panelists will discuss the under-representation of racially diverse attorneys within the financial services industry.
At 11:15 a.m. (ET), partner and chair of Financial Markets Litigation and Enforcement Christian Kemnitz will moderate "Futures Enforcement and Litigation: A Disruptive Year." Panelists will include Gary DeWaal, special counsel in Katten's Financial Markets and Funds practice and chair, Financial Markets and Regulation; Neel Chopra, special counsel to the director of Enforcement, Commodity Futures Trading Commission; Natalie Petric, director, enforcement counsel, Legal & Market Regulation, CME Group; and Kristofer Williams, executive director, Morgan Stanley. They will discuss emerging trends and current topics in enforcement and litigation, including manipulation, disruptive trading, trade practices, and the investigative process, among other timely issues.
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This event is closed to the media. If you are a member of the media and have questions about this event, please contact Jacquelyn Heard at email@example.com.