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FINRA Deputy Chief Counsel returns to Foley

Scuttlebutt | April 11, 2016

Dean Jeske, Deputy Regional Chief Counsel in the Enforcement Department of the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority, is returning to the securities enforcement and litigation practice of law firm Foley & Lardner as a partner in the firm's Chicago office.

Jeske returns to Foley after spending more than four years supervising enforcement actions in FINRA’s Midwest region, as well as spearheading nationwide investigations and litigation by FINRA. During his tenure, Jeske also counseled FINRA’s Member Regulation department on the federal securities laws and FINRA rules. In that role, he developed expertise in numerous substantive areas identified by securities regulators as priorities, including anti-money laundering, complex products and municipal securities.

In addition to his regulatory agency experience, Jeske has an extensive track record advising and defending financial services clients in securities fraud matters, including shareholder class actions and...

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