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This program is made possible with the generous support of Sidley Austin LLP.
Historically, most Securities and Exchange Commission enforcement actions have settled without litigation. Increasingly, however, parties in the cross-hairs of SEC Enforcement are considering the pros and cons of litigating rather than settling. Join Sidley, the SEC Historical Society, and a panel of current and former SEC litigators as we examine how and why litigation with the SEC has evolved over time. Panelists will explore changes in practices and procedures and their effects as evidenced by recent Supreme Court rulings and other decisions.
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