April 22, 2019
- Draft California Regulations for Nighttime Agricultural Operations Up... by: Karen Tynan
- SCOTUS To Rule On Whether Title VII Prohibits Sexual Orientation And... by: Lindsay Colvin Stone
- US EPA Finalizes Rule Employing “SNUR-Only” Approach for TSCA New... by: Nicole E. Bothwell
- IRS Clarifies Business Meal and Entertainment Deductions Following... by: Michael K. Mahoney and Walter B. Parker
- La implementación de la política “Buy American” (Compra... by: Elise Holtzman and Albert E. Dotson, Jr.
- U.S. Supreme Court to Rule on LGBTQ Workplace Protections under Title... by: Michelle E. Phillips and Collin O’Connor Udell
- IRS Offers Guidance on Applying Test for Deductibility of Parking... by: Michael K. Mahoney and Walter B. Parker
- A Sticky Situation for Employers: New York City Council Passes Bill... by: Stefan M. Canizares
- Preparing for an Economic Downturn: How Manufacturers Can Prepare by: Jeffrey J. White
- California Supreme Court Poised to Provide Guidance on... by: Scott M. Pearson and Marcos D. Sasso
- Massachusetts Employers Need to Prepare as Paid Family and Medical... by: Jillian M. Collins
- A Radical Change to Ratification: Key Takeaways from Henderson v.... by: Joseph S. Hartunian
- Eastern District of Pennsylvania Denies a Motion to Dismiss Claim... by: Natalie K. DeLave and Laura H. Phillips
- FTC Continues to Focus on Ad Agency Liability by: Richard B. Newman
- Ninth Circuit’s Marks Opinion Continues to Extend its Reach Across... by: Nicole Su
- Telecom Alert - Pole Attachment Order Effective Date; 800 MHz Guard... by: C. Douglas Jarrett and Gregory E. Kunkle
- DOJ White Paper Answers Questions about the Scope and Applicability... by: Laura H. Phillips
- Should Companies Ban USBs? by: Risk Management Magazine
- Returning to the Status Quo? – Proposed Outline for Section 101 Reform by: Daniel T. Taskalos
- US Supreme Court Agrees to Decide Whether Title VII Prohibits LGBT... by: Melissa Legault
- FinCEN Issues First Penalty Against Peer-to-Peer Virtual Currency... by: Jack P. Drogin and Kayvan B. Sadeghi
- Delaware Court of Chancery Dismisses Derivative Suit in Limited... by: Scott E. Waxman and Zachary L. Sager
- Bridging the Week by Gary DeWaal: April 15 – 19 and April 22, 2019 (... by: Gary De Waal
- CAL/OSHA Proposes Emergency Regulation on Smoke-Protection after... by: Trever L. Neuroth
- FDA Issues Warning Letter to Lab Marketing Three Laboratory-Developed... by: Allison Fulton and Kenneth Yood
- FDIC and Duke University announce fintech research conference by: Brian J. Slagle
- M&A Update: The Delaware Supreme Court’s Decision in Verition... by: Jason M. Halper and Joshua Apfelroth
- Arbitrator Found Not to Have Issued a Reasoned Award, SDNY Remands to... by: Nora A. Valenza-Frost
- Weekly IRS Roundup April 15 – 19, 2019 by: Tax Practice Group McDermott Will Emery
- Mississippi Gaming Commission Posts Meeting Minutes for April 2019 by: Thomas B. Shepherd and Christopher S. Pace
- Monsanto Ordered to Pay Millions to Cancer Victims; Michigan... by: Adam J. Brody and Brion B. Doyle
- New HUD Requirements for Down Payment Assistance Provided by... by: Richard J. Andreano, Jr.
- Insurance Policy Renewals May Be an Opportunity to Obtain Better... by: Steven P. Inman, II
- OZ Flash: Newly Issued Proposed Regulations and the President's... by: Mary Burke Baker and Adam J. Tejeda
- FSIS Proposes Changes to Net Weight/Net Contents for Some Meat and... by: Food and Drug Law at Keller and Heckman
- Court Holds that Pre-Suit Offer Did Not Moot Claims by: Michael P. Daly and Matthew M. Morrissey
- Link to Marijuana Industry as Basis for Denial of Naturalization... by: John Quinn
- Can a State Provide Oversight Under a Federal CERCLA Order or Decree? by: David G. Mandelbaum
- Initial Court Conference Kicks Off Valsartan Litigation in New Jersey by: Stefanie Colella-Walsh and Martin P. Schrama
- Fee Shifting Bill Dies While Nevada Legislature Continues To Mull... by: Keith Paul Bishop
Securities, SEC, & Financial Institution Law News
The Financial institutions and banking sectors are highly regulated in the US and throughout the world with stiff penalties for failure to comply with regulations. The National Law Review addresses legal issues, compliance concerns, financial regulatory schemes, broker-deals, insolvency and restructuring, and structured transaction negotiations.
Regulatory Agencies with Financial Services
Readers can learn about new loan transactions, international trade agreements, mortgage loans and bank financing legislation, and other news as it unfolds in the US and around the world. Details which are covered by governmental and regulatory agencies including the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC), the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), and the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA), are routinely updated on the site. With ongoing agency news dealing with the CFPB, agency-directors, and nominations to financial and banking agencies, the National Law Review constantly adds new cases and news readers want to remain informed about.
Global Financial Services
International banking and financial institutions news is also covered on the National Law Review. UK regulatory framework covered, including the Australian crowd-sourced funding regime, and EU’s Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID), along with international insolvency, news, and legislation from around the world, which are linked to non-US foreign banks and institutions, are regularly published online. Additionally, the legal experts at the National Law Review consistently offer updates on the United Kingdom Financial Conduct Authority and the effects of Brexit.
Financial Services and Innovation
The National Law Review also covers hot topics such as financial services law and FinTech (financial technology). Additionally, we cover topics like bitcoin, cryptocurrency transactions, SEC regulations, blockchain technologies, and compliance under finance laws like the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act. Additionally, cases and news which is governed under the Federal Reserve Act, the Fair Credit and Reporting Act, Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act, and Equal Credit Opportunity Act, are also analyzed in articles on the site.
Securities & the SEC
The mission of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission is to protect investors, maintain fair, orderly, and efficient markets, and facilitate capital formation. The National Law Review covers news and updates coming out of the SEC, including information about updates on the US SEC EDGAR system and related requirements, rules designed to limit and enforce rules against Insider Trading and Anti-Money Laundering settlements. Additionally, analysis of the SEC Division of Investment Management leadership and proposed rulemakings.