Good morning, and many thanks for that kind introduction. Thank you for the invitation to address you today, and congratulations for hosting the 31st annual American Bar Association (ABA) White Collar Crime conference. Twenty-eight years ago, I started as a prosecutor at the Miami-Dade State Attorney’s Office, and almost a decade later, I joined the U.S. Attorney’s Office in the Southern District of Florida as an Assistant U.S. Attorney. I was fortunate as a young lawyer to work and learn in these two offices. I learned from the best trial lawyers in the country, not only how to try cases, but how to make good decisions, to be a good lawyer, and to understand the true role of a prosecutor. There is no way I can repay all those wonderful people for teaching me so much. I am proud to be an alumnus of both of those offices, and I am excited to see some of those people I worked with during that time here today.