"International Securities Enforcement: Whose Law Applies to Transnational Securities Law Violations?"
Wednesday, October 23, 2013 12:10 PM EDT
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welcome to join us for two great presentations, on international securities
enforcement, and regulating mediation.
“International Securities Enforcement: Whose Law Applies to Transnational
Securities Law Violations?”
S.J.D. at Indiana University Maurer School of Law
at Columbia Law School
markets become increasingly transnational, securities law violations frequently
occur across borders. As there is no single law to regulate all global financial
markets, each country applies its domestic laws to transnational securities law
violations. The speaker explores extraterritorial application of U.S. securities
laws, thereby seeking to resolve jurisdictional conflicts in combating
transnational securities law violations.
Dynamics of Mediation Development: From an Unregulated Process to Mandatory
Ph.D Candidate and Adjunct Professor at Tbilisi State
Visiting Scholar at Columbia Law School
In searching for
the most effective alternative dispute resolution mechanism, some countries have
over-regulated the process of mediation, while others have left it without any
regulation. Based on a comparison of different legal systems, the speaker will
demonstrate to what extent regulations define the success of the institution of