Free CLE A Tangled Web Unweaved: The Tom Petters Ponzi Scheme
To reserve a spot: http://www.stthomas.edu/ethicalleadership/conferences/Petters.html
November 10, 2010
4:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.
University of St. Thomas School of Law
Go behind the scenes of the second-largest Ponzi scheme in history. Join advocates and adversaries intimately involved in the ongoing Tom Petters saga for a candid roundtable discussion on November 10. The distinguished panel will weigh the ethical, legal and policy considerations at play in untangling the $3.65 billion fraud and controlling its aftermath. This free, audience-driven event will be moderated by prosecutor Joe Dixon.
Allan Caplan is the founding partner of Caplan Law Firm, P.A., one of the largest criminal defense firms in the Midwest. Mr. Caplan represented executive-turned-informant Deanna Coleman.
Joe Friedberg is a defense attorney whose cases and clients include the Coleman-Franken election contest and Randy Moss. Mr. Friedberg represented Robert White, "the wizard of false documents in the Tom Petters Ponzi scheme." (Star Tribune)
John Marti is the First Assistant U.S. Attorney for the District of Minnesota. Mr. Marti was a prosecutor in the Petters case.
Doug Kelley is the President of Kelley & Wolter, P.A., a litigation firm concentrating on white collar criminal defense and complex commercial disputes. Mr. Kelley is the court-appointed receiver and trustee in the Petters bankruptcy.
1.25 hours of Standard CLE Credits have been applied for.