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DOJ Places Website Rulemaking on the “Inactive” List

by Seyfarth Shaw LLP on

Seyfarth Synopsis: Trump Administration’s first Unified Agenda reveals DOJ has placed web accessibility, medical equipment, and furniture rulemakings under Title II and III of the ADA on Inactive List....more

Federal Agencies Scale Back Their Workplace Regulatory Ambitions

by Littler on

During the prior administration, congressional gridlock prevented many significant labor and employment bills from advancing. Federal agencies picked up the slack, issuing several rules to help carry out much of President...more

Rules To Come? Future Regulatory Agenda For OSHA

by Jackson Lewis P.C. on

It’s that time of year again…when the federal government tells the regulated community what types of rulemaking initiatives that various agencies are undertaking for the year. Yesterday, the semiannual regulatory agenda was...more

EPA’s Regulatory Agenda Includes TSCA Section 8(a) Nanomaterials Rule with TBD Effective Date

by Bergeson & Campbell, P.C. on

On July 20, 2017, the Trump Administration published its Unified Agenda of Regulatory and Deregulatory Actions. The Agenda includes a U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) item (RIN 2070-AJ54) concerning the Toxic...more

The Financial Report, Volume 6, Number 13

by DLA Piper on

Discussion and Analysis - Two of our items today focus on remarks by new SEC Chairman Jay Clayton and, if they are any indication of the direction the new Chairman intends to take the Commission, they could go a long way...more

Reducing barriers to new entrants to the banking sector

by Dentons on

The Government announced in the 2017-18 Budget that it will act to reduce regulatory barriers to entry for new and innovative entrants to the banking system....more

Asset Management Regulatory Roundup - July 2017 - Issue 1

by Dechert LLP on

A compact summary of the most recent regulatory developments relevant to the UK asset management industry. In this issue we look at the extension of the PSC regime to Scottish limited partnerships and AIM listed companies,...more

This Week In Securities Litigation

by Dorsey & Whitney LLP on

Recently installed Chairman Jay Clayton delivered his first remarks this week, outlining his views for moving forward. The Chairman emphasized IPOs, market structure, assessing the impact and cost of regulations and cyber...more

Client Alert: The First Six Months of the Trump Administration: Will Trump Successfully Deregulate U.S. EPA?

During the campaign, Donald Trump made clear one priority would be deregulating federal agencies should he win the presidency. In particular, Candidate Trump stated U.S. EPA was at the top of his list for deregulation. In...more

Treasury Identifies Significant Regulations Subject to Modification or Repeal

On July 7, 2017, Treasury identified eight significant regulations, including regulations under sections 385 (treatment of certain debt as equity), 752 (partnership liabilities), 367 (outbound transfers of property) and 987...more

Will Tougher Environmental Laws Mean Measurable Change for Pollution in China?

by Latham & Watkins LLP on

In reforming and updating its environmental laws, China has until recently been focusing on air pollution. Attention is now turning to addressing water and soil pollution as well....more

CFPB Finalizes Arbitration Rule, Paving the Way for More Class Action Litigation

by Goodwin on

On July 10, 2017, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) announced the release of its anticipated Arbitration Rule, opening the door for more consumer class actions against financial institutions concerning financial...more

Task Force Finds More Than 150 Antiquated Federal Regulations – And Counting

by Barley Snyder on

A federal task force already has identified more than 150 education regulations that could be changed or repealed – and it’s not done yet. The Department of Education has issued a request for input on regulations the...more

Public Decision Making Newsletter Winter 2017

by DLA Piper on

This newsletter summarises recent developments in resource management and local government law in New Zealand that are of particular relevance to local authorities and decision makers. In this edition, we address recent...more

Auto Industry Rooting for More Federal Legislation?

by Foley & Lardner LLP on

Any industry pushing for more regulation is a rarity. But auto industry representatives are urging lawmakers to create more federal regulation for self-driving cars. The belief is that federal laws will provide more...more

Update on Canada's environmental and regulatory review process

by Dentons on

On June 29, 2017, the Government of Canada released its environmental and regulatory reviews discussion paper (Discussion Paper). The Discussion Paper follows from reports prepared by expert panels tasked with reviewing...more

[Webinar] OSHA Status of Pres. Trump’s Agenda for the “Deconstruction of the Administrative State” - August 15th, 1:00pm ET

by Conn Maciel Carey LLP on

President Trump was carried to the White House on promises (or threats) of rolling back government regulations. At the CPAC conference this year, Pres. Trump’s Sr. Policy Advisor, Steve Bannon, framed much of Trump’s agenda...more

Environmental Notes - July 2017

by Williams Mullen on

On June 1, 2017, President Trump announced that the United States will withdraw from the Paris climate agreement (“Paris Agreement”). The Paris Agreement was signed by 195 countries in December of 2015. The goal of the...more

EPA Administrator Makes Streamlining Superfund a Priority

by Williams Mullen on

EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt believes that “Superfund cleanups take too long to start and too long to complete.” That’s the impetus behind a May 22, 2017 internal memo he issued regarding EPA’s Superfund program. ...more

Methane Rule Can’t Be Paused, But Maybe It Can Be Stopped

This week, the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit (DC Circuit) vacated the US Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) 90-day stay of an Obama-era rule regulating methane emissions from oil and...more

US Congress poised to adopt regulatory regime for autonomous vehicles

by Dentons on

The chairmen of the House and Senate Energy and Commerce committees have begun sketching the basic contours of a new regulatory regime to govern the safe testing and operation of driverless cars, and last week the House held...more

FTC and NHTSA Navigate Privacy and Security Issues at “Connected Cars” Workshop

by WilmerHale on

The majority of new cars today come with a variety of so-called “connected” features, such as the ability to communicate with one another, Internet-connected features and video content, and even the ability to drive...more

Possible Wider UK Powers to Block Foreign Acquisitions

by Bryan Cave on

Recent developments show the UK Government’s desire to expand their powers to block foreign takeovers. We explore the nature and scope of the proposed legislation and assess its likely consequences....more

What can we learn from the first half of 2017?

by Dentons on

Court decisions - Whilst a number of cases in the first six months of 2017 dealt with issues of particular interest to litigators (e.g. LBI EHF v. Raiffeisen on default provisions and service by fax, BPE Solicitors v....more

The HVCRE Easter Egg for Community Banks

by Bryan Cave on

We have written several times about the rules concerning the appropriate risk weighting for High Volatility Commercial Real Estate (“HVCRE”) loans. The interagency FAQ published on April 6, 2015 provided some guidance but...more

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