SEC Enforcement: 2014 Review and 2015 Outlook

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Nashville, TN. - On May 5, 2015, Law360 published an article written by Burr & Forman Nashville Partner, Thomas K. Potter III. Potter's article, "SEC Enforcement: 2014 Review and 2015 Outlook," outlined the developments by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission in 2014 and looks forward to potential developments in 2015. "The commission's enforcement policies and actions have been as Chairwoman White promised: aggressive, robust and wideranging. The SEC's enforcement year has sparked equally robust discussion about the proper role and methods of the commission in enforcing the nation's securities laws. And maybe that robust debate has been a policy objective all along," Potter says in his article.

Potter serves in Burr & Forman's securities litigation practice. Licensed in Tennessee, Texas and Louisiana, he has more than 28 years of experience representing financial institutions in litigation, regulatory and compliance matters.

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