In the News Today - October 12, 2016

October 12, 2016
  • WSJ Lauds D.C. Circuit Ruling Against CFPB Structure: The D.C. Circuit’s ruling that the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s (CFPB) structure is unconstitutional “is a triumph for democratic accountability and thus individual liberty as envisioned by America’s founders,” writes the Wall Street Journal editorial board. (Wall Street Journal


  • SEC Has Record Enforcement High in 2016: The Securities and Exchange Commission in FY 2016 filed “a record 868 actions against companies, executives and others, including a new high in Foreign Corrupt Practices Act cases, and shelling out $57 million to whistleblowers.” (Law360)
  • 2017 Legal Reform Summit Recap