Stanford Grad At Core Of SEC Suit Against Goldman
Professor Joseph Grundfest is mentioned here for speaking at a panel discussion hosted by Stanford Law School, titled "SEC v. Goldman Sachs: Analyzing the SEC's Complaint." Sue Dremann of Palo Alto Online filed this story:
Fabrice Tourre, a 2001 Stanford University graduate who is allegedly the principal architect in a "toxic" sub-prime mortgage scheme that cost investors more than $1 billion, will appear for the first time before Congress on Tuesday.
Tourre, 31, who described himself in an e-mail as the "Fabulous Fab" and the "only potential survivor" of the Goldman Sachs and Co. mortgage-backed securities debacle, is the only individual named in a federal civil lawsuit filed April 16 by the Securities Exchange Commission (SEC).
Duffie and Stanford Law School Professor Joseph Grundfest, a former SEC commissioner, will speak during a panel discussion on Tuesday, April 27, at the Stanford Law School, "SEC v. Goldman Sachs: Analyzing the SEC's Complaint."