In this issue:

- SEC Issues Statement on the Effect of the Recent US Court of Appeals Decision on the Conflict Minerals Rule

- CFTC Extends Relief From Oral Communication Recording Requirement

- CFTC Provides Relief Regarding Package Transactions

- District Court Sustains Attachment and Garnishment Writs Under Equitable Powers

- Eleventh Circuit Vacates Dismissal of Breach of Contract Claim

- Excerpt from Eleventh Circuit Vacates Dismissal of Breach of Contract Claim:

The US Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit found that the US District Court for the Southern District of Florida abused its discretion by dismissing an action for forum non conveniens without evaluating the significance of the contract’s forum-selection clause.

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