September 05, 2012

Jenner & Block Partner Howard S. Suskin provided commentary in an article in the August 31, 2012 Chicago Daily Law Bulletin entitled “Wall Street Squares Off In Fund Dispute.”  The article discusses the SEC’s decision not to pursue a proposal to change the rules regulating money market funds.  Mr. Suskin addressed the various policy concerns relating to efforts to regulate money market funds.

Mr. Suskin is Co-Chair of the Firm’s Class Action Practice and a member of the Securities Litigation and Enforcement and International Arbitration Practices.  He is also a member of the Firm’s Subprime Litigation Task Force and serves on the Firm’s Management Committee.  Mr. Suskin has substantial first-chair experience in civil and criminal securities matters and counsels clients in such matters as class actions alleging securities fraud and misrepresentation claims, derivative actions claiming breach of fiduciary duty, contests for corporate control, insider trading investigations and broker-dealer disputes.  He also counsels and represents clients in connection with securities administrative and self-regulatory organization investigations and proceedings and in arbitrations.  Mr. Suskin speaks and writes extensively on issues relating to securities law and class actions.