Securities and Exchange Commission Historical Society

Chasing the Devil Around the Stump: Securities Regulation, the SEC and the Courts

In Recognition

- Tell me confidentially, Uncle how do you do it?

“Chasing the Devil Around the Stump: Securities Regulation, the SEC and the Courts” Gallery was made possible, in part, through the support of:

1934 Circle

  • Federal Bar Association – Executive Council, Securities Law Section

FDR Circle

  • Edward D. Jones and Company Foundation

Chairmen Circle

  • Morgan Stanley
  • Promontory Financial Group LLC
  • Mr. and Mrs. Leo Summergrad In memory of Eric Summergrad’s 58th birthday, November 23, 2011

June 6th Circle

  • Jenner & Block LLP
  • Kingsford Capital Management LLC
  • Sutherland
  • T. Rowe Price Foundation, Inc.


The Gallery was prepared and built by Carla Rosati.

Dr. Kurt Hohenstein thanks the UCLA School of Law Visiting Scholar Program for their research facilities and assistance in the building of the Gallery, and the members of the 2011-12 Museum Committee for their contributions to the development of the Gallery:

  • Jackson Day, Ernst & Young
  • Arthur Laby, Rutgers University
  • David B.H. Martin, Covington & Burling LLP Chair
  • James McKinney, University of Maryland
  • Eric Roiter, Boston University
  • Erik Sirri, Babson College
  • G. Peter Wilson, Boston College


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