Larry Ribstein takes a first look at some truly remarkable, and disturbing, ideas coming out of Washington: "The key difference in the stories is in the lead paragraph of the NYT story that the Obama administration was considering 'moving beyond banks to include more loosely regulated hedge funds and private equity firms.'"
Setting financiers' pay, bailed-out or no?
- The Carlyle IPO
- MetLife fires 4,300 citing uncertainty and overregulation
- SEC files to appeal Judge Rakoff's rejection of Citi settlement
- Federal district court rejects Citigroup-SEC settlement, sets trial date
- SEC and Citigroup Anxiously Await Ruling
- Cordray Confirmation Stalemate Continues to 'Handicap' CFPB
- Taylor on Title VI disparate impact claims
- Presenter for trial lawyers: Director of Alabama Securities Commission
- Zywicki on CFPB
- Guest blogger: Professor Michael Perino
- "Whatever Happened to IPOs?"
- Dodd-Frank crimes
- Around the web, October 21
- "The victims of 'consumer protection'"
- Dumb law dept.: Dodd-Frank § 953(b)
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