James Goldfarb is the Program Co-Chair and Panel Moderator for “Hot Topics in Securities Litigation & Enforcement – Omnicare, Halliburton III, Home Courts, and the Financial Reporting and Audit Task Force” and “The Financial Reporting and Audit Task Force - The SEC Goes Back to the Future”, New York City Bar Association.
"Mortgage-Related Products," Understanding Financial Products 2016, Practicing Law Institute, New York, January 28, 2016.
James Goldfarb spoke at 2nd Annual Western Regional CLE Program on Class Actions and Mass Torts.
Murphy & McGonigle's James Goldfarb is moderating a panel at the ABA 2nd Annual Western Regional Class Action CLE Program, "Expert Testimony at Class Certification a Year after Halliburton", in San Francisco, California.
Mr. Goldfarb is a panel moderator and Mr.Melnick is a panelist for “What Hath It Wrought: Did the Financial Crisis Alter the Litigation & Enforcement Landscape”, Commercial Litigation panel, New York City Bar Association.
On April 30, the New York City Bar Committee on Securities Litigation will host a panel discussion on Halliburton Co., et al., v. Erica P. John Fund, Inc., which many commentators are calling the most important securities case in years. In Halliburton, the U.S. Supreme Court will revisit its landmark decision in Basic, Inc. v. Levinson establishing the "fraud-on-the-market" doctrine in securities fraud cases. The discussion will explore the case's implications for the fraud-on-the-market doctrine, and for securities litigation more broadly. Mr. Goldfarb will be speaking.