Verret a Presenter at Securities Regulation and Global Economic Crisis Symposium
On Friday, October 30, Professor J.W. Verret was a featured presenter at a Seton Hall Law Review Symposium entitled, Securities Regulation and the Global Economic Crisis: What Does the Future Hold?
The purpose of the symposium was to address the impact of securities regulation on the current global financial crisis. The event examined the origins and genesis of the crisis, addressed the future of securities regulation both domestically and internationally, and attempted to anticipate the role of government agencies and private market participants in shaping and effectuating regulation. Attendees came from the legal, financial, and academic communities, state and federal governments, and self-regulatory organizations.
Verret addressed issues involved in the TARP bailout in his presentation, "Separation of Bank and State: The Case Against the TARP Bailout."