Past Webinars

Breaking Down the SEC v. Ripple Ruling

This special edition of Berkeley Boosts discusses the U.S. District Court of the Southern District of New York's recent ruling in SEC v. Ripple and its broader implications.


The SEC Takes on Crypto

Assistant Dean Adam Sterling is joined by Emily Flitter of the New York Times to discuss the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission's lawsuits against crypto exchanges Coinbase and Bitcoin. Followed by a panel discussion with Berkeley Law Professors Robert Bartlett, Stavros Gadinis, and Jai Massari.

Regulating Private Markets

SEC Commissioner Jaime Lizárraga will discuss the regulation of private markets with Robert Bishop, Berkeley Center for Law and Business Fellow.

The State of Shareholder Activism

Join a panel of experts from Berkeley Law and industry to discuss the latest trends, and most signficant campaigns, in shareholder activism.

Artificial Intelligence

Generative AI: Trouble in Paradise?

Generative AI tools like ChatGPT are all the rage, but do they have a copyright problem?

Turmoil in the Banking Sector 

Berkeley Law Assistant Dean Adam Sterling will interview New York Times reporter Jeanna Smialek about her new book Limitless: The Federal Reserve Takes on a New Age of Crisis.

Silicon Valley Bank Collapse

Assistant Dean Adam Sterling was joined by Maureen Farrell of the New York Times to discuss the developing Silicon Valley Bank saga. Followed by a panel discussion with Berkeley Law Professors Paul Clark, Stavros Gadinis, and Jai Massari, along with University of Washington Professor Margaret O'Mara.

ESG Investing

Can ESG change investor expectations and voting behavior?

Companies have launched environmental, social, and governance (ESG) initiatives in response to overwhelming investor demand, only to face an increasing backlash against some of their choices. What do investors really want, and what is the best way to channel their preferences into annual meetings, given that many hold stock through large asset managers?