Friday, October 20, 2017
ANNUAL INSTITUTE FOR INVESTOR PROTECTION CONFERENCE
Loyola University Chicago School of Law’s Institute for
and the Institute for Law and Economic Policy
Corporate Ethics and Compliance in the Era of Re-Deregulation
The Loyola Institute for Investor Protection is pleased to co-host with the Institute for Law and Economic Policy, its seventh annual conference entitled “Corporate Ethics and Compliance in the Era of Re-Deregulation ” on Friday, October 20, 2017.
This program has been approved for 5.25 MCLE hours, including 2.5 hours of Professional Responsibility Legal Ethics credit.
The nation’s leading jurists, practitioners, business leaders and scholars will assess the meaning of the new business environment while still emphasizing the market-driven benefits of ethical conduct and compliance, as well as the legal pitfalls facing firms that assume that the new environment means a more promiscuous operating context. In addition, speakers and panelists will discuss and debate whether allowing a more relaxed approach to ethics and compliance issues will lead to large losses in shareholder wealth, reputational damage, regulatory fines, terminations and lawsuits. The role of disclosure under the federal securities laws in terms of material breaches of ethical and legal norms will also be considered.
For Agenda and detail, click here.
To register for the conference, please email firstname.lastname@example.org