Women of Herrick Featured in Real Estate Weekly
July 18, 2012 -- Real Estate Weekly
The cover of this week's Real Estate Weekly features the women partners of Herrick at their recent "Cocktails at The Campbell Apartment Networking Event" in June. More than one hundred prominent women from diverse industries including real estate, finance, media, and the arts, joined together with the women partners and counsel of Herrick for an engaging and lively evening of networking. Featured in the photo are Therese Doherty, Susan Dwyer, Carol Goodman, Mara Levin, Belinda Schwartz, Michelle Bergeron Spell, and Jaimee Katz Sussner with guest of honor, Alexandra Wilkis Wilson, co-founder of luxury e-retailer Gilt Groupe.
BLS Law Notes
Therese Doherty, an alum of Brooklyn Law School, is profiled on page 64 of the Fall edition of BLS Law Notes, the Magazine of Brooklyn Law School.
Therese Doherty Appointed Member of New York City Bar Association’s Committee on Futures and Derivatives Regulation
August 10, 2011
Therese Doherty is appointed as a new member of the New York City Bar Association’s Committee on Futures and Derivatives Regulation. Therese will serve a three-year term, working with other leading lawyers on trading issues and the regulation of futures contracts and over-the-counter derivatives products. We congratulate Therese on joining this prestigious committee, whose published comments on legal and regulatory developments often have a significant impact on the financial markets.
Once on Sleepy Beat, Regulator Is Suddenly Busy
November 5, 2010 -- The New York Times
Therese Doherty, who routinely represents financial institutions before the CFTC, says the regulator has grown in size and stature, but also in ambition. The CFTC's goal to regulate a wider swath of the market will present new challenges even as it ramps up its operations.
Start Date Is Critical in Ponzi Plan
November 24, 2009 -- The New York Times
Our motion on behalf of a Madoff investor -- which the Times and a disinterested attorney both called "novel" -- is highlighted in this story, which notes that the start date of the Madoff scheme may have a significant impact on the fortunes of entities that began investing with Madoff many years ago. Therese Doherty and John Oleske are both named in this story, which covers our attempts to recover money and protect the investor from a clawback action.
Madoff Victim Speaks Out
October 14, 2009 -- Fox Business Channel
As we hold a press conference to announce our lawsuit against the SEC on behalf of Madoff investors -- the first such action in the nation -- Therese Doherty and our client Phyllis Molchatsky appear live on network television to announce the suit, describe the relief we seek, and discuss why we believe we will prevail.
May 23, 2009 -- Fox News Channel
Therese Doherty discusses clawbacks, and our client Phyllis Molchatsky discusses her action against the SEC, in this one-hour documentary on the Bernard Madoff scandal.
Should the Gov't Bailout Madoff Victims?
March 17, 2009 -- CNBC's The Call
Therese Doherty advocates for government compensation for Madoff victims, in the form of tax relief, direct payments, or establishment of a victims' compensation fund, in this live debate.
R. Allen Stanford Still Not Charged
February 19, 2009 -- CNBC
In a live appearance, Therese Doherty explains that investors need to do their own due dilligence and not count on the SEC to protect them fully.
Suing the Hedge Funds
December 22, 2008 -- CNBC's Power Lunch
In a live segment, Therese Doherty argues that hedge funds, financial advisors and other intermediaries are not necessarily liable for investors' losses in the Madoff matter because they appear to have met the industry's standard of care.
Madoff's Many Victims?
December 16, 2008 -- CNBC Reports
Appearing live, Therese Doherty discusses the SEC's role in investigating alleged frauds such as the one that Bernard Madoff is accused of perpetrating.