The second panel from The American College of Bankruptcy First Circuit Fellows and Boston College Law School conference featuring the Madoff Trustee, a Co-Liquidator of Stanford International Bank, and reporters from the New York Times and Associated Press who covered the Madoff and Stanford cases.
Irving Picard: a partner at Baker Hostetler who is the Trustee for the liquidation of Bernard L. Madoff Investment Securities
Peter Lattman: currently the media editor of the New York Times, who as a reporter for DealBook covered the Madoff case for the Times
Marcus Wide: a Managing Director of Grant Thornton Ltd. who was appointed Co-Liquidator of Stanford International Bank by the High Court of Antigua and Barbuda
Juan Lozano: a Houston-based reporter for the Associated Press who covered the Stanford case
--First-hand accounts from the reporters who reported on the Madoff and Stanford scandals, and their insights on the nature of the Ponzi schemes, victims and perpetrators
--Insights from the individuals administering the Madoff and Stanford cases on the legal theories they have employed, how the cases have played out, and prospects for finalizing the cases
--Reflections on the results obtained in the judicial handling of large-scale Ponzi schemes, and suggestions for change
Moderator: Daniel Glosband, Goodwin Procter LLP
Digital Commons Citation
Picard, Irving; Lattman, Peter; Wide, Marcus; and Lozano, Juan, "The Legacy Of Mr. Ponzi: The Madoff and Stanford Cases: Panel 2 " (2014). Boston College Law School Webcast Archive. Paper 32.