Jack Cinquegrana Speaks on What Counsel in Securities Cases Can Do to Avoid Indemnification Issues

Choate Speaking Engagement

 | October 7, 2010

 | Jack Cinquegrana

Event:  Fifth Annual National Institute on Securities Fraud
Organization:  American Bar Association
Location:  New Orleans

Jack Cinquegrana served on the panel "Show Me the Money: Indemnification of Attorneys’ Fees and D&O Coverage Issues" at the American Bar Association’s Fifth Annual National Institute on Securities Fraud, where he discussed issues counsel in securities cases should keep in mind to avoid indemnification and assure that the costs of defense and any settlement or judgment are paid by the client’s insurer.

The National Institute on Securities Fraud brings together thought leaders involved in all aspects of securities regulation and enforcement to address trends shaping the current and future securities landscape.


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