The frenzied crisis on Wall Street that closed Leman Brothers and threatened to collapse banks, investors and key businesses across America quickly spread like a virus across the globe.
On April 9, scholars and practitioners of international law will describe measures undertaken by governments from Latin America to the Far East to respond to the crises in an all-day symposium at Cleveland-Marshall College of Law on East 18th and Euclid Avenue.
The Cleveland-Marshall Global Business Law Review Symposium’s “International Finance after the Crash—Regional Responses to the Global Financial Crisis” begins at 1:30 p.m. and concludes at 4:30 p.m. The law school has applied to the Ohio Supreme Court for permission to grant 2.5 hours of free CLE credit.
Robert Brown: Partner, Greenebaum, Doll & McDonald presenting a Comparative Analysis of Financial Crises: John Law and Mississippi Scheme, South Sea Bubble, Tulipmania, 1929 Depression, October 1987 Crisis, Dot.com Crisis and the 2008-09 Crisis;
Bruce J.L. Lowe, Partner, Taft, Stetinnius & Hollister, speaking on The Response to the Financial Meltdown in the UK and Europe;
Daniel Chow, OSU Joseph S. Platt-Porter Wright & Arthur Professor of Law lecturing on China’s Response to the Global Financial Crisis;
Isam Salah, Partner, King & Spalding, speaking on The Response to the Global Crisis in the Middle East;
Tayyab Mahmud, Seattle University School of Law Neoliberailsm & Global Finance.
Cleveland-Marshall Professor of Law Mark Sundahl will introduce the speakers and moderate the question-and-answer portion of the symposium.
For more information, contact email@example.com or phone 216.687.6886.
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