American Bar Association
 
Derivatives and Futures Law Committee

ABA Section of Business Law


Derivatives and Futures Law Committee


Mission Statement

The mission of the Derivatives and Futures Law Committee is to focus on federal regulation of futures, swaps and other derivatives markets. The Committee provides a forum for interaction among practitioners in the area, serves as a source of expertise for the regulatory community and the public, and organizes member meetings and other programs that address topics and issues of interest to practitioners in this area.


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Leadership

Chair:

Raisler, Kenneth

Vice-Chairs:

Molesworth, Rita
Trkla, Kathryn

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Subcommittees and Task Forces  (click [+] for listing)

 Sub Committees


Programs, Meetings and Events

Committee Events

Winter Meeting

January 22, 2015 - January 24, 2015
La Playa Resort
Naples, Florida
 
Section Events

    Directors’ Duties and Board Selection Before, During and Following Bankruptcy

    05/05/2016-05/05/2016

    The financially-distressed company puts special stresses on its board of directors. Conflicts of interest can arise both among board members and between board members and the constituents of a company's capital structure, as the respective interests of debt and equity may become unaligned in connection ...

    2016 Business Law Section Annual Meeting

    09/08/2016-09/10/2016
    Boston Marriott Copley Place
    Boston

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Materials and Comment Letters


Other Links of Interest


Listserve

In order to send a message to the listserve, send a message to the email address below. You must be a member of the Committee to successfully send a message to the listserve.

BL-DERIVATIVESANDFUTURES@mail.americanbar.org

In order to access the listserve archive, please click here.


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Modified by Graham Hunt on January 26, 2016

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