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Brad Karp, Ted Wells, Susanna Buergel and Dave Curran to Participate in SIFMA Forum

Firm Chairman Brad Karp, litigation partners Ted Wells and Susanna Buergel, and Chief Sustainability and ESG Officer Dave Curran will participate in a SIFMA C&L Virtual Forum, an event that gathers regulators, compliance professionals and industry leaders to discuss their perspectives on the current regulatory and enforcement environments.

Brad will speak on a panel titled “Civil Litigation Update: Securities Class Actions and other Major Civil Cases,” and Ted will speak on a panel titled, “Litigate or Settle? Current Considerations in Handling Enforcement Matters Against Firms and Individuals.” Susanna and Dave will present a webinar, “The Collision of ESG and Financial Services – How Seismic Societal Shifts Are Transforming the Way Lawyers Lead and Advise,” with Dave moderating a discussion. The program will focus on how the global pandemic, racial and social justice movements, Fintech and other major drivers of social and governance change have forced lawyers to reexamine how they collaborate, advise and manage the ever-expanding array of stakeholders and scrutiny.

The SIFMA C&L Virtual Forum, co-sponsored by Paul, Weiss, will be held on September 23-24.

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