Law360 (January 6, 2021, 4:26 PM EST) — As we look ahead to the Biden administration, securities practitioners and market participants are contemplating what changes are in store for the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission enforcement program.
While that question will be more easily answered upon the selection of a new SEC chair and a new director of the Division of Enforcement, some predictions can be made. Comparison of the enforcement program under Chairman Jay Clayton to that under Chair Mary Jo White suggests that change is unlikely to be seismic or immediate. But some differences in emphasis and approach can be expected from a commission with a Democratic…
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