Eddy EspinosaAkerman LLP | Dallas, TX
Eduardo Espinosa is an experienced court-appointed fiduciary frequently recommended by regulators to serve in proceedings where there is concern that assets will be dissipated. A former enforcement lawyer with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), Mr. Espinosa has served as receiver, receiver’s counsel, or trustee, in federal and state proceedings involving fraudulent securities offerings. He has particular experience with life settlements, EB-5 offerings and FOREX funds. In addition to his fraud and recovery practice, Mr. Espinosa advises clients on the legal and regulatory aspects of their commercial and transactional opportunities.
Hon. Jane J. Boyle
Regional Education Series – Dallas
Receiver Qualifications & Selection Process
Ever wonder what qualifications every Federal Equity Receiver should have, or, what role the FTC and SEC play in setting the criteria necessary for the selection process? Then this is an hour of education you do not want to miss. Attendees at this regional education series can expect to hear.
- A comparison of how the FTC and SEC participates or influences the selection of a receiver;
- A USDC Judge’s perspective of the selection process;
- How an experienced receiver can be an advantage to the receivership; and
- Factors influencing the appointment of more first-time receivers.
This session is perfect for both the experienced receiver and those working on their first case as well as the professionals who support and advise receivers.