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By Roy Andersen
A Donald Trump effect was apparent with the January 26th Federal Register-- it was one of the shortest Federal Register volumes seen in some time—even the pre-holiday Registers sport more pages.
By Roy Andersen
Donald Trump may make this newsletter obsolete. Further to the Trump effect on regulations: before January 23—the first government business day after the Inauguration—there were 7631 pages...
By Roy Andersen
Up to this point, the regulators in charge of the Resolution Plan process have focused only on the mega banks and have left the second and third wave filers alone.
By Roy Andersen
Donald Trump was not kidding when he said he was going to stem the tide of new regulations affecting American businesses.
By Roy Andersen
The final rule will not be effective until April, 2018, instead of October 1, 2017, to give the industry more time to comply. In the Prepaid Accounts Final Rule, the Bureau extended Regulation E coverage...
By Roy Andersen
Just yesterday, the House of Representatives passed a version of a new banking bill (the "Choice Act").
By Roy Andersen
At the end of last week, the Fed and the other banking agencies issued an interpretation that applied to investments in certain foreign funds by foreign banking organizations that are subject to the Volcker rule.
By Joel Telpner
In the wild west of token sales, that some refer to as "initial token offerings," on July 25, the SEC finally jumped into the fray and said . . . well, actually, not that much.
By Jeffrey Morlend
Most in-house counsel of public companies are very familiar with the reporting obligations required by the trifecta – Form 8-Ks, Form 10-Qs and Form 10-Ks – but they oftentimes rely on outside counsel...
By Joel Telpner
Last week we told you about the five biggest pet peeves of the SEC's Office of Compliance Inspections and Examinations (OCIE) when examining investment advisers.
By Joel Telpner, John Hunt
It is critical for advisers to have robust written standards of business conduct, appropriate procedures for complying with those standards and regular reporting and monitoring processes.
By Corinne Hood Greene, David Guadagnoli, Susanne Hafer, Amy Sheridan
As mentioned in prior advisories, the Departments of Labor, Health and Human Services and Treasury have taken the position that employers cannot reimburse employees for the cost of individual health insurance policies (whether on a pre-tax or after-tax basis).
By Jeanne Darcey, Kimberly Herman
The "BAP" for the First Circuit recently upheld a licensee's rights to use a debtor's trademarks and logo after a rejection by the debtor of the underlying licensing and distribution agreement.
By Nicholas O'Donnell
The Fondation pour le Droit d'Art (Art Law Foundation) is a Geneva-based group that sponsors exploration of important topics at the intersection of art and law.
By Joseph Darby III
Taxpayer signs a purchase and sale agreement to sell real estate to an unrelated buyer for $2,500,000.
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