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SCOTUS upholds constitutionality of PROMESA board appointments
The Supreme Court held that the Appointments Clause extends to all officers of the United States, including in Puerto Rico, but does not restrict the appointment of local officers vested with...
CFTC approves proposed CPO exemption rule and interim final rule for uncleared swaps
At an open meeting of the CFTC, the full Commission unanimously approved a proposed regulation relaxing registration requirements for foreign CPOs, as well as an interim final rule extending margin...
SEC reverses stance against control share statutes
SEC staff withdrew 2010 guidance disfavoring the use of state control share statutes and said it will not recommend enforcement action if a closed-end fund uses such a statute to thwart a hostile...
Attorneys explore how to handle a regulatory investigation in SIFMA webinar
SIFMA’s latest virtual event featured perspectives from in house and outside counsel as well as the SEC on the practical and legal issues of conducting investigations.
Jalbert case is latest to push justices to rule on SEC disgorgement authority
The justices are likely to refrain from dealing with the Jalbert case until they issue an opinion in Liu v. SEC, which is expected by the end of June.