Craig Singer to Chair Ethics Panel at Northwestern’s 2024 Securities Regulation Institute

January 2024

On January 23, 2024, partner Craig Singer will serve as session chair on a panel titled “Ethical Issues in Securities Law” at Northwestern’s 2024 Securities Regulation Institute. The panel will focus on a variety of ethical obligations in securities laws, requirements of ethics rules and Sarbanes-Oxley to “report up” or “report out,” and the intersection of law firms’ general counsel’s offices and firm practitioners when addressing relevant ethics requirements.  
Craig Singer has represented numerous lawyers and law firms, including some of the nation’s largest firms, in federal and state courts, government investigations, and arbitration proceedings in many jurisdictions around the country. He has particular experience in defending professionals and firms in matters arising from Ponzi schemes and other frauds. He is the author of a book on that subject, Professionals, Firms, and Fraud: Defending Professionals Against Liability For Client Fraud, which was published by the ABA. Craig was elected by the D.C. Bar Board of Governors to serve as a member of the D.C. Bar Legal Ethics Committee, which issues formal opinions on questions arising under the D.C. Rules of Professional Conduct.
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