Cadwalader Partners Participate in Dow Jones & Wall Street Journal Webinar Series to Discuss ‘Lessons from Recent Compliance Failures’

January 29, 2020

Cadwalader partners Kyle DeYoung and Joseph Moreno recently participated as the featured panelists during a live webinar hosted by Dow Jones and the Wall Street Journal to discuss: “Lessons from Recent Compliance Failures.” DeYoung and Moreno spoke with WSJ reporter Dylan Tokar about five recent enforcement cases brought by the Department of Justice and the Securities and Exchange Commission and shared their insights into the subsequent takeaway lessons for compliance and risk officers.

The hour-long webinar and corresponding slides are available here.

Kyle DeYoung is a partner in Cadwalader’s White Collar Defense and Investigations Practice as well as the firm’s Corporate and Financial Services Litigation and Regulation Practice. He focuses his practice on representing corporations, investment funds, and individuals in regulatory investigations and providing clients with strategic counseling when facing corporate crises, potential enforcement action, and other complex regulatory issues. He has extensive experience handling regulatory investigations, both in private practice and at the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, and is an experienced litigator who has tried cases in federal court and in administrative proceedings.

Joseph Moreno is a partner in Cadwalader's White Collar Defense and Investigations Group. Dual qualified to practice in the United States and as a solicitor in England and Wales, he has extensive litigation and crisis management experience handling complex matters involving the U.S. Department of Justice, the Securities and Exchange Commission, the U.S. Department of Defense, and other domestic and international regulators and law enforcement agencies. Moreno rejoined Cadwalader after serving at the U.S. Department of Justice in the National Security Division’s Counterterrorism Section, where he investigated and prosecuted international money laundering, material support, structuring, and terrorist financing cases.