State Regulatory And Enforcement Trends Across The Nation

Level: Advanced
Runtime: 59 minutes
Recorded Date: October 26, 2020
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  • Regulator Response to COVID-19
  • Employment Issues
  • Cybersecurity & Privacy
  • Federal Regulators vs. State Regulators
  • Effects of Brexit
Runtime: 1 hour
Recorded: October 26, 2020


In 2020, companies and their counsel will need to update their compliance measures to reflect the changing enforcement priorities or regulatory agencies, State AGs Offices, and the DOJ. Hear from industry leaders in the know about how to prepare for the upcoming changes and discuss the implications of the changes to key regulations and gain the skills you need to adapt quickly. Reviewing the latest and most significant case law updates and enforcement initiatives Understanding the implications for your business Gain a competitive edge for your company.

This program was recorded as part of Corporate Counsel's Women, Influence, and Power in Law Virtual Conference held on October 26th, 2020.

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Allysia Busse

Product Specialists, State Net

Allysia started her career with LexisNexis in 2015 working to help small law firms on the west coast to have access to tools and information they needed to support their clients.

In 2019 Allysia advanced her Lexis Nexis career as she joined State Net as a Product Specialist. Her primary focus is ensuring compliance organizations, associations and government affairs departments have the regulatory and legislative tracking their organizations or departments require.

Prior to LexisNexis she went to Wright State University where she studied Organizational Leadership. She continues to further her passion for leadership and process improvement by recently completing her Lean Six Sigma Green Belt.

Flavia Naves

General Counsel
Circle Internet Financial

Flavia Naves is General Counsel and Chief Compliance Officer at Qwil, a financial services provider of small business and freelancer products. Prior to her time at Qwil, Flavia worked at different organizations in the SF Bay Area engaging with industries ranging from software licensing and copyrights to entertainment, e-commerce and payments.

Born and raised in Belo Horizonte, Brazil, Flavia is active in the local Brazilian community and provides mentoring to young attorneys. She is also a Board member at Instituto Familiar de la Raza, a non-profit organization in the San Francisco Mission District providing mental health and family services to the Hispanic community.

Flavia obtained her legal degree from Pontifícia Universidade Católica de Minas Gerais and a certificate of US legal studies from Widener University Commonwealth Law School. 

Jessica Hopper

Head of Enforcement

Jessica Hopper is Executive Vice President and Head of Enforcement, responsible for FINRA’s disciplinary actions across the country. Prior to assuming this role in January 2020, she was Senior Vice President and Deputy Head of Enforcement for four years, and Senior Vice President in charge of the Regional Enforcement program in the 14 FINRA District Offices from 2011 to 2016. Hopper joined FINRA in 2004 and was a Director in FINRA’s Washington D.C. office until 2011.

Prior to joining FINRA, from 2000 to 2004, she was part of Legg Mason Wood Walker, Inc.'s Legal & Compliance team, where her responsibilities focused on retail sales compliance.

She began her career as a litigation attorney in private practice. Hopper holds a J.D. from the University of Toledo College of Law and earned a B.A. from Hillsdale College.

Vanessa Blum

Director, ALM Newsroom Innovation

Vanessa is director of newsroom innovation at ALM and leads new journalism initiatives including Legal Radar, Briefings and the Legal Speak podcast.

Jennifer Subryan

AVP Attorney

Jennifer Subryan is an AVP Attorney at USAA. Experienced regulatory and compliance attorney in the financial services industry. Proven success as a leader in both legal and compliance roles. Ability to thrive and succeed in global, matrixed organizations. Able to manage complex projects and work with global cross-functional teams.

Areas of expertise include Banking regulations (commercial and consumer), Volcker Rule Compliance, Financial Crimes Compliance (BSA/AML), OFAC and other sanctions, Customer Due Diligence, Corporate Governance, Records and Information Management, Investigations, Litigation Management the Chief Counsel at USAA.

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