Guest Post: SEC Enforcement Still Strong Under Trump – What’s Next?

Britt Latham Brian Irving In the following guest post, Britt K. Latham and Brian Irving of the  Bass, Berry & Sims PLC  law firm take a look at the SEC’s enforcement action track record under the Trump administration and take a look ahead at what may be next for the agency. I would like to thank Britt and Brian for their willingness to allow me to publish their article as a guest post. I welcome guest post submissions from responsible authors on topics of interest to this blog’s readers. Please contact me directly if you would like to submit a guest post. Here is Britt and Brian’s article.   ********************************************   Enforcement Actions: New Administration, New Priorities?   Number of Actions Filed. In last year’s Securities & Shareholder Litigation 2017:  A Look Ahead, we reported that the SEC filed a record 868 enforcement actions in FY 2016. That pace slowed to 754 enforcement actions in FY…

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