Allan Horwich is a partner at Schiff Hardin LLP in Chicago. He practices corporate counseling and litigation, advising institutions and individuals on topics such as corporate governance and insider trading. Horwich is also a senior lecturer at the Northwestern University School of Law.
Horwich has practiced law with Schiff Hardin for more than 40 years, as of September 2011. In addition to advising individuals, firms and corporations, he has specialized in special litigation on the board of a Fortune 200 company and represented a bank holding company in a securities-related class action lawsuit.
He has taught at the Northwestern University School of Law since 1999.
John Lothian News Interview
Allan Horwich, partner at Schiff Hardin LLP and senior lecturer at the Northwestern University School of Law, talked to John Lothian News (JLN) web content editor Nicole V. Rohr about SEC enforcement provisions that passed with the signing of the Dodd-Frank financial reform bill. Horwich explains the SEC's expanded rights and responsibilities, and how budgetary constraints are affecting the Commission's ability to bring cases.
On September 30, 2011, the Wall Street Journal published an article concerning securities violation suits filed by the SEC, and overall changes to the SEC's enforcement strategy. Published October 3, 2011. For more video, visit JohnLothianNews.com.
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