Ernest E. Badway of Fox Rothschild LLP Speaks at New York Law School’s Center on Business Law Policy

February 18, 2009

Ernest E. Badway, a partner and co-chair of the Securities & Financial Institutions Compliance and Defense Practice at Fox Rothschild LLP, recently presented a Master Class at New York Law School’s Center on Business Law and Policy. The class, “A New Transparent Era at the SEC: The Impact of the SEC’s New Securities Enforcement Manual on the SEC’s Mission During These Dark Economic Times,” was held on February 17, 2009.

A former SEC staff attorney, Badway primarily practices in the areas of securities litigation and regulation, white collar criminal defense, business litigation and alternative dispute resolution, with particular emphasis on matters pertaining to private placements, initial public offerings, broker-dealer creation, investment advisor creation and hedge fund creation. He has been appointed an arbitrator and mediator for The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority, Inc. (formerly, the NASD and NYSE); an arbitrator for the NFA; and an arbitrator and mediator for the New Jersey State Courts.

Badway is an adjunct assistant professor of law at Brooklyn Law School, where he teaches a course in securities fraud enforcement. He has made appearances on Bloomberg TV, CNBC and various news radio programs addressing a variety of securities enforcement and corporate governance issues. He also serves as treasurer for the New York County Lawyers Association.

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