2011 - Wall Street Reform Journey – Are Financial Bubbles Inevitable?

3.5 AV CLE Credits

A 3-Year Retrospective Since the Bear Stearns Collapse: What Have We Learned?

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Overview

Recorded:  03/11/2011
Credits:  3.5 AV CLE
Length: 3:35:40

Featured Speakers:
Karl J. Ege, Joseph M. Vincent, Joseph C. Brown Jr., W.H. (Joe) Knight, Margaret (Mardi) Leslie, Joseph M. Vincent, and David Min

This webinar includes 4 specially selected sessions from the March 11, 2011 CLE on the Wall Street Reform Journey. The program was chaired jointly by the Seattle University Albers School of Business and Economics and the Seattle University School of Law.

Agenda

 Leading Causal Factors of the Recent Crisis; Has Dodd-Frank Addressed the Causal Factors? (35 Minutes)
Karl J. Ege, Senior Counsel, Perkins Coie LLP 
Session PowerPoint

Washington Bank Closures; Mortgage Backed Derivates (30 Minutes)
Joseph M. Vincent, General Counsel, Washington State Department of Financial Institutions
Session PowerPoint

Current Legislation - What Was Enacted and What Was Left Out? Unintended Consequences (1.5 Hours)
Joseph C. Brown Jr., JC Brown Law Office PLLC
W.H. (Joe) Knight, Professor of Law, Seattle University School of Law
Margaret (Mardi) Leslie, Field Office Supervisor, FDIC
Joseph M. Vincent, General Counsel, Washington State Department of Financial Institutions 

What Does the Future Hold? Housing Finance- Is Privatization Coming Back? (1 hour)
David Min, Associate Director for Financial Markets Policy, Center for American Progress 
Session PowerPoint

*The selected sessions are a package and are not available for purchase individually

Pricing

General Registration - $65.00
Seattle University Law School Alumni - $50.00

AV CLE Credit is self-reported to the Washington State Bar Association, by logging into your "My WSBA" webpage, at www.mywsba.org.

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