Other People’s Houses provides the clearest explanation yet of how the Financial Crisis of 2008 developed and why it could happen again.
Jennifer Taub is the author of financial crisis book Other People’s Houses. Formerly an associate general counsel at Fidelity Investments, Taub’s research and writing focuses on corporate governance and financial market regulation. Taub is a graduate of Harvard Law School and Yale College and a professor of law at Vermont Law School, where she teaches Contracts, Corporations, Securities Regulation, and White Collar Crime. She resides in Northampton, Massachusetts.
a blog on banking, corporate governance, and financial market reform.
December 2, 2015
Tucked into the bipartisan criminal justice overhaul package, the language could hamper federal prosecutors’ deployment of statutes that have been used for more than a century against fraudsters from Charles Ponzi to Bernard L. Madoff. Read more of this DealBook column here:
Professor Jennifer Taub moderating an all-star panel following Senator Elizabeth Warren’s keynote address at the “Five Years On, Learning Lehman’s Lessons from the Panic of 2008,” event sponsored by Better Markets and George Washington School of Law. Panelists include (from l to r) Professor James Galbraith; former Special Inspector General of the TARP, Neil Barofsky; Professor John Coffee, Jr.; and former Senator Ted Kaufman.
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Great column by David Zaring. Quoting: "Something must change in the world of deferred prosecution agreements." https://t.co/JqqsNhtzGW 29 Apr