Richard Taffet | Partner, Morgan, Lewis & Bockius, New York
James Keyte | Director, Fordham Competition Law Institute, New York
Noah Joshua Phillips | Commissioner, US Federal Trade Commission, Washington DC*
Moderator: Richard Taffet | Partner, Morgan, Lewis & Bockius, New York
Panel 1: Consumer Data Protection & Competition in Banking3:00pm
Maria Velentza | Director of Financial Institutions, Directorate General for Competition, European Commission, Brussels
Jacques Moscianese | Group Head of Institutional Affairs, Intesa Sanpaolo, Milan
Richard M. Ashto | Deputy General Counsel, U.S. Federal Reserve Board, Washington, DC*
Marc Rysman | Professor of Economics, Boston University, Boston*
Moderator: James Keyte | Director, Fordham Competition Law Institute, New York
Panel 2: Private Enforcement in the Financial Services: Risks & Opportunities of Financial Antitrust Litigation4:15pm
Michael Hausfeld | Partner, Hausfeld, Washington, DC*
Rachel Adcox | Partner, Axinn, Washington DC*
Justin McCrary | Professor of Law, Columbia University, New York | Senior Advisor, Cornerstone Research
Dr. Alan Grant | Associate Director, NERA, White Plains
Moderator: Jon Roellke | Partner, Morgan, Lewis & Bockius, Washington, DC
Panel 3: In-house Counsel Session: Compliance and Leniency - Where are we with the new DoJ Guidelines?5:15pm
Maria Douvas | Global Head of Litigation and Employment Law, RBC, New York*
David Leitch | Global General Counsel, Bank of America, New York*
Jordan Woods | Antitrust Counsel, Morgan Stanley, New York*
Sarah Dahlgren | Head of Regulatory Relations, Wells Fargo, New York*
Graeme Brooks | Global Head of Competition, Barclays Bank, London
Moderator: Andrew Finch | Partner, Paul Weiss, New York
*To Be Confirmed
This is the 4th edition of this joint conference co-organized by Concurrences and Morgan Lewis at Fordham Law School, in partnership with the sponsors. Attendance is by registration only. No on-site registration. Seats are limited.
Upon request, Fordham Law School will submit applications to state bar associations in New York, or New Jersey for up to 3 continuing legal education (CLE) credits. Please note that CLE credit approval is ultimately at the discretion of individual states and no advance assurance can be given that credit will be granted in all cases.
The conference and its speakers will be filmed by Concurrences to be posted online. Photos of the speakers and of the attendees will also be taken. By entering the conference premises, you understand that you may be photographed and you hereby give Concurrences the unqualified right to take pictures and/or recordings of you.
In case of over registration, attendance will be limited to one representative per institution, at the discretion of the organizer.
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