- November 14, 2017
- D.C. Bar Investor Rights Committee
While Madoff devised the largest and most high-profile fraud in American history, large scale losses continue to plague investors and consumers alike. Indeed, billions of dollars are lost each year to frauds of all shapes and sizes. Without early actionable intelligence, regulators and law enforcement frequently arrive on the scene after the damage is done. So what, if anything, can be done to recover assets lost to fraud? A great deal actually. Distinguished panelists from the SEC, DOJ and CFPB will discuss how key federal agencies work to recoup assets and channel restitution to victims.
Partner Steven J. Durham will serve as a moderator in this panel discussion entitled, “Recovering Assets Lost to Fraud: Protecting Investor and Consumer Rights.”
Marsha Massey, Supervisory Assistant Chief Litigation Counsel, SEC;
M. Kendall Day, Acting Assistant Attorney General and Chief of the Money Laundering and Asset Recovery Section, US Department of Justice;
Laura Schneider, Senior Litigation Counsel, Enforcement, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau