The webcast can be viewed live here. Also the stream will be available for viewing following the conference.
The program will take place as follows at the Sutherland Moot Court room of the University of Utah College of Law:
CONFERENCE SCHEDULE, February 24, 2012
Three years after Lehman Bros. filed the largest Chapter 11 bankruptcy in U.S. history, world financial markets are still unsettled, unemployment in the U.S. remains stubbornly high, and Europe may be on the brink of financial disaster. This symposium considers the role Lehman Brothers’ failure played in the current economic downturn and whether reforms enacted in the wake of the failure are adequate to protect economic markets going forward.
On the Ground: Reliving the Lehman Failure and its Aftermath
Moderator: Professor Christian Johnson, S.J. Quinney College of Law at the University of Utah
Professor Ronald H. Filler, Director, Center on Financial Services Law, New York Law School, Managing Director in the Capital Markets Prime Services Division at Lehman Brothers
William F. Kroener, III, Sullivan & Cromwell, former FDIC General Counsel
Robert McLaughlin, partner, Fried Frank
George R. Sutton, partner, Jones Waldo, former Utah Commissioner of Financial Institutions
Assessing the Legislative and Regulatory Answers to Lehman
Moderator and afternoon keynote speaker: Professor Jerry W. Markham, Florida International University School of Law, former secretary and counsel, Chicago Board Options Exchange, Inc.; chief counsel, Division of Enforcement, CFTC
Professor andré douglas pond cummings, West Virginia University School of Law
David Marshall, Senior Vice President, Associate Director of Research and Director of Financial Markets, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago
Professor Steven Ramirez, Loyola University School of Law, Director Corporate Law Center