|SEC General Counsel
Assesses Shift in Stock Ownership
to Institutional Investors
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After spending a decade studying the mechanics of
the universe as an astrophysicist, Brian Cartwright has turned
his telescope to the universe of securities as the new general
counsel to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.
Last October, Cartwright delivered a timely lecture on the
future of securities regulation as the subprime mortgage crisis
came to a head and the economy displaced the Iraq War in the
national news. The Distinguished Jurist Lecture
was sponsored by the Institute of Law and Economics.