Given the Volcker Rule's scope and magnitude, lawyers warn that legal challenges are practically inevitable. Regulators released the massive rule—which weighs in at 71 pages, plus another 8
Nixon Peabody hires the assistant U.S. attorney who prosecuted mobster James "Whitey" Bulger; a top lawyer with the White House Council on Environmental Quality joins Covington & Burling; and the hea
Daily Business Review
Wall Street faces more intensive government scrutiny of trading after U.S. regulators issued what they billed as a strict Volcker rule, imposing new curbs designed to prevent financial blowups while
Originally Published: National Law Journal
...David Della Rocca, environmental partner James Barrett, real estate partner David Shapiro, finance partners Patrick Shannon and Jennifer Van Driesen, IP counsel Kieran Dickinson and...
...former bank examiner who teaches finance at Boston University. Still, he...For the rest of the banking industry, the lesson is that...
Originally Published: Legal Blogs
...and insolvency group in the London office and will focus on banking and finance matters, and asset tracing and recovery. Morris was a partner at...
Daily Business Review
..."If regulators curtail all proprietary trading in the U.S. banking system I worry about the unintended consequences in terms of the ability...
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