The Center for Business and Financial Law (CBFL) at New York Law School provides students with an unparalleled, rigorous, and integrated approach to academic study and skills training in all aspects of corporate, commercial, and financial law. Through cutting-edge courses, events, projects, and research, the CBFL brings together academics, practitioners, and students to address the challenges that animate business and finance.
The CBFL's areas of focus include:
2/11/13: Professor Ronald H. Filler appeared on Reuters' Sidebar to discuss derivatives regulation.
2/7/13: Professor Howard Meyers was interviewed in the CCTV story, Mary Jo White's Conflicted Past.
2/6/13: Professor Howard Meyers appeared and was quoted in the CCTV story, "U.S. government sues Standard & Poor's over pre-crisis ratings."
2/5/13: Professor Ronald H. Filler participated in three panels at the Commodity Futures Trading Commission Roundtable on Enhancing Customer Protections in Washington, DC.
1/30/13: Compliance Working Group Alumni Networking Reception, 6:30pm to 8:00pm, W202.
11/29/12: Compliance Working Group, Resume Workshop, 6:30-7:30pm, Room W301.
Winter 2012-13: Nicholas W. Turner '12 had his article Dodd-Frank and International Regulatory Convergence: The Case for Mutual Recognition published in the New York Law School Law Review (2012-13).
11/21/12: Robert Slee, Competing in a Global Economy, 6:00-7:40pm, Room A010.
11/19/12: Robin Meister '86, Chief Legal and Compliance Officer and BNP Paribas Investment Partners, spoke on fnancial services careers. 12:45 Room W420.
11/14/12: Professor Houman Shadab spoke at the 18th Annual Risk USA conference on the impact of regulation on the derivatives market.
11/14/12: Professor Ronald Filler discussed derivatives gross margining on MarketsWiki.tv.
11/5/12: Professor Houman Shadab spoke at the Global Financial Markets Intelligence Collateral Management Conference on bank capital regulation.
11/1/12: Professor Ronald Filler was quoted in the Futures Magazine article, What the Experts Think About MF Global.
10/31/12: Professor Ronald H. Filler was named the chairman of the Commodity Futures Trading Commission's Global Markets Advisory Committee.
10/25/12: Marc Mukasey, a partner at Bracewell and Guiliani, spoke about a career in white collar criminal defense. 12:45-:1:45pm.
10/12/12: Professor Jeffrey Haas spoke at the St. John's Law Review Symposium, Revolution in the Regulation of Financial Advice: The U.S., the U.K. and Australia.
10/11/12: Howard Fischer, Securities and Exchange Commission Senior Counsel, discussed how to become a securities attorney and his career at the SEC.
10/2/12: David Freylikhman '04 of Withers Bergman LLP led a Deal School transactional workshop on collateral and security agreements. W320 from 12:45-1:50.
10/9/12: Ernest Badway, at partner at Fox Rothschild LLP, spoke about his career in securities law. 12:45-1:45 in W320.
10/5/12: James Berger, a partner at King & Spaulding, spoke about his career in International Arbitration.
9/19/12: Professor Houman Shadab led a Deal School transactional workshop on the basic provisions of loan agreements. In W301 from 12:45-1:45.
9/19/12: Professor Houman Shadab spoke at the OTC Derivatives Clearing Summit.
8/9/12: Professor Ronald Filler participated in a Commodity Futures Trade Commission roundtable on Customer Protection Requirements for Futures Commission Merchants.
July/August 2012: Evan J. Cappelli '12 had his article Credit Rating Agency Disclosure Requirements: A Guide to Rule 17g-7 Compliance When Rating Asset-Backed Securities published in the Journal of Taxation and Regulation of Financial Institutions.
3/7/12: Professor Tamara Belinfanti had her article Corporations in a Lorax State published in the Huffington Post.