Tai Park is a trial lawyer whose practice focuses on white collar criminal and regulatory defense, related securities class action litigation and other complex litigation. His experience includes the representation of individual executives and companies, including commercial and investment banks, accounting firms, and investment funds and their advisers, in a wide variety of criminal, regulatory and civil matters. Tai has extensive experience leading internal investigations and has served as a Monitor for major organizations.
In addition, Tai has extensive experience advising clients on complex civil litigation. He represents clients across a variety of industries, including technology, financial services, and manufacturing. Tai combines his trial skills with his deep experience as a litigator to obtain early, efficient and successful outcomes for his clients. He was one of 40 lawyers invited by the judges of the US District Court in the Southern District of New York to assist the Court in devising a pilot project for the most efficient management of complex civil litigation in the courthouse.
Tai served for ten years as a federal prosecutor in the United States Attorney's Office for the Southern District of New York, where he held various positions, including Senior Trial Counsel in the Securities & Commodities Fraud Task Force, as well as Chief of the Narcotics Unit. As a prosecutor, Tai obtained convictions in each of the many jury trials he handled and was awarded the Attorney General's Award for Distinguished Service.
Before joining White & Case, Tai was a managing partner at a boutique white collar criminal defense firm. Prior to that, he spent ten years as a litigation partner at another international law firm.
Tai is a Fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers. He is consistently listed as an accomplished white collar defense lawyer in leading publications, including Chambers.
This program will explain the principles of the insider trading law under Section 10(b) of the Securities Exchange Act and describe why it has proven to be so difficult to apply consistently. In recent years, the underlying, conceptual problem in the...