Noncompete Agreements and Antitrust’s Rule of Reason
The Federal Trade Commission should develop a nuanced approach to employee noncompete agreements.
The Inequality of Fintech
Scholars argue that regulators should act now to prevent fintech from exacerbating wealth inequality.
The Consequences of a Subminimum Wage
Debate ensues over the consequences of eliminating an exemption to the federal minimum wage for tipped employees.
U.K. Proposes Major Financial Regulation Overhaul
A proposed reform package to boost U.K. financial sector competitiveness faces critique.
SEC Proposes Private Fund Reform to Protect Investors
A U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission proposal to enhance the regulation of private fund advisers receives critical comments.
Consumer Protection on the Chopping Block?
Recent court decision may threaten the future existence of the U.S. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.
Regulating LGBTQ+ Inclusive Boardrooms
Legislators and regulators respond to absence of LGBTQ+ individuals in boardroom diversity efforts and recruitment.
New California Law Forces Fast Food Restaurants to Think Fast
California governor enacts a law that gives fast food workers greater protections.
Lessons from the FTC’s Facebook Saga
The FTC’s settlement with Facebook does little to change or restrict recidivist business practices.
Reining in Repeat Offenders
In the 2022 Distinguished Regulation Lecture at Penn Law, CFPB Director urges regulators to take action against corporate recidivists.
Is the SEC Moving Beyond Disclosure?
Former regulator argues that proposed SEC rules open up new regulation of securities markets.
The P2P Fraud Conundrum
Regulators must strike a difficult balance in tamping down increased fraud on peer-to-peer payment platforms.