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    Mike Perlis joined the Securities and Exchange Commission in 1974 and, since that time, has consistently been engaged in securities-related litigation. During his six and one-half years at the SEC, Mike investigated and prosecuted a wide range of cases, including insider trading matters, foreign payment cases, financial fraud cases, and cases relating to organized crime involvement in legitimate business. Moreover, Mike was called upon to oversee and review between 50-100 internal investigations conducted as part of the Commission's Voluntary Disclosure Program. In addition, Mike assisted in the Commission's investigation of the financial affairs of New York City and participated in preparation of the Commission's report to Congress, which ultimately resulted in the enactment of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act.

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