Thursday, March 4, 2010
The University of Cincinnati Symposium on The Globalization of Securities Regulation:Competition or Coordination? will take place tomorrow March 5. We have a very distinguished group of speakers on this very timely topic. The program will be webcast from the UC website:
In addition, if you have questions for the panelists, you can email them during the webcast: email@example.com.
The webcast will also be archived so you could watch it at a later date.
Here is the program:
8:45-8:50 Welcome, Barbara Black, University of Cincinnati College of Law
8:50 – 10:30 Politics and Regulatory Agenda
Heedless Globalism: The SEC's Roadmap to Accounting Convergence. William Wilson Bratton, Peter P. Weidenbruch, Jr. Professor of Business Law, Georgetown University Law Center.
The Rhetoric and Political Economy of International Securities Regulation. Steven M. Davidoff, Associate Professor of Law, University of Connecticut School of Law
Perspectives from the SEC. Robert J. Peterson, Assistant Director, U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission Office of International Affairs
10:45-12:15 Activities of International Firms in Global Markets
The 'Global Enterprise' in Cross-Border Securities Litigation. Hannah Buxbaum, Professor of Law and Executive Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, Maurer School of Law, Indiana University-Bloomington
“Breaking Up is Hard to Do": Should Financial Conglomerates be Dismantled? James A. Fanto, Professor and Associate Director, Center of the Study of International Business Law, Brooklyn Law School
Bankers Across Borders: Compensation, Cartels, and Competition. Frederick Tung, Robert T. Thompson Professor of Law and Business, Emory University School of Law
1:30-3:30 Regulatory Evolution: Other Models, Other Times
Between Competition and Coordination in International Financial Regulation: Lessons from Networks. Robert B. Ahdieh, Professor of Law, Emory University School of Law.
Open Markets in Jeopardy? Andrea M. Corcoran, Principal, Align International, LLC (formerly, Director, Office of International Affairs, Commodity Futures Trading Commission)
Territorial Regulation after the Financial Crisis. Christopher Brummer, Professor of Law, Georgetown University Law Center
Contemplating the Endgame: An Evolutionary Model for the Harmonization and Centralization of International Securities Regulation. Eric C. Chaffee, Associate Professor and Chair, Project for Law & Business Ethics, University of Dayton School of Law