S&C Partners Nic Bourtin and Sam Seymour Lead Compliance and Regulatory Discussions at SIFMA C&L Annual Seminar

March 24-27, 2019
Phoenix, Arizona

Partners Nic Bourtin and Sam Seymour participated in SIFMA’s C&L Annual Seminar, the “premier event for compliance and legal professionals working in the financial services industry.” Nic participated on the panel “Handling a Regulatory Investigation – In House and Outside Counsel Perspective.” The panel focused on best practices in responding to subpoenas and conducting internal reviews, among other topics. Sam participated on the panel “Litigation Update – Regulatory and Criminal,” which addressed enforcement challenges in the current environment and the evolving DOJ guidance, among other topics.

Nic Bourtin is the managing partner of our Criminal Defense and Investigations Group, which was recently awarded Law360 Practice Group of the Year, and previously served as Assistant U.S. Attorney in the Eastern District of New York. Recently, Nic was recognized by The National Law Journal as a “White Collar, Regulatory & Compliance Trailblazer,” Chambers USA as a leader in White Collar Crime & Government Investigations and  Benchmark Litigation as a “Future Star.” Nic is also the editor of the eighth edition of The International Investigations Review and published The New York Law Journal article “The Psychology of White-Collar Crime, and Why it Matters.”
Sam Seymour is a member of our award-winning Criminal Defense and Investigations Group, and former Assistant U.S. Attorney and deputy chief appellate attorney in the Southern District of New York. Widely regarded as one of the preeminent lawyers in white-collar defense, Sam is consistently recognized by numerous leading legal publications, including Chambers USA, Legal 500 and Benchmark Litigation for his regulatory expertise in the financial sector. Sam is active in the organized bar, and served as president of the New York City Bar Association (2010 – 2012) and currently serves as chair of the board of the Practising Law Institute.