Leaving Broker Inducements Behind
Scholar presents defenses that the SEC may use to legitimize restrictions on broker inducements.
Recentering the Federal Reserve’s Removal Power
Scholars advocate the greater exercise of the Fed’s unique removal power.
Merger Law Is Dante’s Inferno Revisited
The shift by agencies away from the current guidelines on mergers and acquisitions has left firms in limbo.
CFPB Targets Illegal Junk Fees
New CFPB guidance puts banks on notice that unfair business practices may be met with enforcement action.
Banking on an Antitrust Revival
Scholar argues that antitrust regulators should more closely scrutinize bank mergers.
Back to the Future of U.S. Securities Regulation
Scholars analyze the history of Supreme Court securities law jurisprudence to predict what lies ahead.
Assuaging Fears About Boardroom Gender Mandates
Scholars argue that gender-balancing policies will not reduce corporate value.
Regulating ESG Disclosure
Experts explore the evolving sphere of ESG regulation in light of greater calls for corporate accountability.
Changes to ERISA Open Door to ESG Investments
ERISA fiduciaries may now consider ESG in investment decision making.
Retirement Plan Fiduciaries Can Now Consider ESG Factors
The Labor Department issued a final rule allowing fiduciaries to consider ESG factors when deciding how to invest.
The Ticketing Industry Cannot Shake It Off
The Taylor Swift Eras Tour ticket controversy prompts lawmaker action.
Tailor-Made Fashion Regulation
Scholars address a growing “trend” of design piracy within the fashion industry.