The Securities and Exchange Commission's deputy general counsel and acting director of the division of investment management Meyer Eisenberg, has decided to retire in January because he has accepted a position as visiting professor of law at Willamette University College of Law in Salem, Oregon.

He has been the deputy general counsel since 1998. The office of the Commission's general counsel corresponds to the Commission in all actions pending in appellate courts, advises the Commission on all enforcement and rulemaking matters, and assists the Commission with its adjudicatory responsibilities.

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