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SEC, CFTC gird for possible government shutdown
The SEC and CFTC published plans detailing the steps they will take in the event that Congress is unable to enact a continuing resolution to keep the government open. Last night, the House passed a...
Mutual funds, the CAT, disaster relief and asset managers dominate securities bills at House FSC markup
The House Financial Services Committee held its first markup of 2018, which coincides with the start of the second session of the 115th Congress. After several record-breaking markups late last year...
Drug distributor may not omit shareholder proposal relating to opioid crisis
AmerisourceBergen Corporation may not omit a shareholder proposal that seeks a report on the governance measures the company has instituted since 2012 to more effectively monitor and manage the...
High court passes on reviewing Illinois’ application of Delaware securities law
The Supreme Court has declined to review whether the Illinois courts violated the Full Faith and Credit Clause of the Constitution by refusing to apply a recent Delaware Supreme Court decision...
Justices take blockbuster Lucia case to decide status of SEC’s law judges
The Supreme Court agreed to hear Raymond Lucia’s case alleging that the SEC’s administrative law judges were appointed in violation of the U.S. Constitution’s Appointments Clause...