The Symposium for Federal Judges on the Economics of Corporate & Securities Law presents an opportunity for attendees to learn about the latest scholarly research and the evolution in securities markets, corporate financial and accounting, and trends in securities litigation. With the rapid advancement of technology and ever-changing regulatory landscape, and new approaches to securities-related litigation, corporate and securities law has seen a dramatic shift guided by shifting political economies in agencies, old and new.
Attendees will have the opportunity to critically examine current and future trends in corporate and securities law while attending lectures on such topics as: “An Introduction to Financial Economics and Accounting,” “The Economics of Corporate & Securities Law,” “The Economics of Settlement Terms and Damages,” and “The Political Economy of Securities Law & Litigation.” Participants will also hear some of the nation’s leading corporate and securities law experts debate the evolving nature of securities law and litigation. And the event is structured to allow ample time for participant dialogue with speakers and panelists.
Attendees will leave the Symposium with a greater understanding or refresher on the complexities of this crucial subject matter as well as additional economic analytical tools.