Professor
Michael Greenberger
Michael Greenberger, JD
Past Events: January - March 2012
Professor Greenberger has been invited by Dominican Republic
President Leonel Fernández to be the keynote speaker at an all-day
workshop sponsored by the President for Dominican government and
media representatives on the effect of excessive crude oil speculation
on that country’s economy.
August 30, 2008 ● Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
February 29, 2012 ● Washington, DC
CFTC Public Roundtable to Discuss Additional Customer Collateral
Protections
Professor Greenberger will participate in a roundtable discussion on
the segregation and dispursement of customer funds by futures
commodities merchants.

March 2, 2012 ● Washington, DC
Striking the Right Balance: Investor and Consumer Protection in the
New Financial Marketplace (George Washington University Law
School)
Professor Greenberger will participate in a panel discussion of the
impact of Dodd-Frank-mandated reforms on the derivatives market.

March 22, 2012 ● Washington, DC
Guaranteeing Our Dodd-Frank Victories (Maryknoll Office for Global
Concerns and Americans for Financial Reform)
Professor Greenberger will discuss the role of speculation in
commodities markets and how speculation and manipulation in these
markets is artificially inflating the price of energy and agricultural
commodities.

March 29, 2012 ● Boston, MA
10th Annual Pensions and Capital Stewardship Conference
(Harvard Law School)
Professor Greenberger will participate in a panel discussion of the
implications of pension funds investing in commodities.