Micah Green, a partner in the firm's Washington office appeared on PBS' "Nightly Business Report" on October 31, 2008 to discuss the financial crisis on Wall Street.
Correspondent Darren Gersh asked Mr. Green about the Treasury Department's so-called TARP plan rules for smaller, privately held banks, and how that would be impacted by the presidential election. Mr. Green said the next president would want to make his mark on this massive program.
"You'll see much more focus on mortgage foreclosure issues. You might see an accelerated review of what additional companies and assets should be included. You'll see more accountability. But I'm not sure you'll see major seismic shifts into the decisions that have already been made," Mr. Green said.