Friday, October 7, 2016
ANNUAL INSTITUTE FOR INVESTOR PROTECTION CONFERENCE
Loyola University Chicago School of Law’s Institute for
and the Institute for Law and Economic Policy
The New Normal of Financial Fraud: The Role of Lawyers, Regulation and Litigation
The Loyola Institute for Investor Protection is pleased to co-host with the Institute for Law and Economic Policy, its sixth annual conference “The New Normal of Financial Fraud: The Role of Lawyers, Regulation and Litigation” on Friday, October 7, 2016.
The nation’s leading jurists, practitioners and scholars will discuss the impact of criminal activity within the financial sector and the special role that lawyers can play in protecting investors from harm through regulation and litigation. In addition, speakers and panelists will discuss and debate the meaning and extent of immunity on Wall Street for criminal activity and the role of attorneys and regulators in helping to police the financial markets and remedy fraud through the civil litigation process.
For Agenda and detail, click here.