Buckley Webcast: White collar enforcement in the Biden administration
White-collar enforcement dropped off under the business-friendly approach of the Trump administration, but activity is poised to pick up substantially in the Biden administration. The Department of Justice and the Securities and Exchange Commission are expected to expand investigations, prosecutions, and enforcement actions, particularly in financial services, including AML and sanctions, and environmental justice. And with the Democrats in control of both houses of Congress, the prospects for investigations that put banks and investment firms in the hot seat are much higher.
Buckley attorneys Preston Burton, Laurie Randell, Dan Alonso, and Veena Viswanatha discussed renewed and aggressive federal white collar enforcement under the Biden administration.
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About the series
Webcasts in this series have followed ongoing developments and explored what a new administration could mean for:
- Consumer arbitration
- Examination best practices
- Fair lending
- Non-U.S. domiciled companies
- White collar criminal defense
To suggest topics for this series, please contact Buckley events manager Aymila Parks.