What Next for the NLRB?
Corporate Law Report: Managing Cyber Risks, BYOD, Obama's NLRB Crisis, Iran Sanctions, and More
Yesterday, the U.S. Senate avoided the “nuclear option” on pending nominations for Secretary of Labor-Designate Thomas Perez and for a package of nominees to the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB). ...more
The Senate voted 71-29 in favor of cloture. That means that the Republicans will not use the threat of the filibuster to block a confirmation vote in the Senate of Richard Cordray’s nomination by President Obama to be...more
Politico has reported that Democratic Senator Harry Reid has officially moved for cloture on Richard Cordray’s nomination as CFPB Director as well as on several other nominations made by President Obama....more
Despite expectations fueled by statements from Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid’s office that he planned to hold a procedural vote on Richard Cordray’s nomination this week, it now appears the Senate will not vote on the...more
A split panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit issued a decision yesterday holding that a “recess” appointment to the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) was unconstitutional and invalid. NLRB v. New Vista...more
Bloomberg has reported that, according to a spokesman for Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, the Senate will vote next week on whether to advance President Obama’s renomination of Richard Cordray to serve as CFPB Director....more
On March 12, the Senate Banking Committee held a confirmation hearing for Richard Cordray to serve as CFPB Director, and for Mary Jo White to serve as SEC Commissioner/Chairman. While majority and minority committee members...more
In This Issue:
Leading the Past Week; Legislative Branch; Executive Branch; and Upcoming Hearings.
Leading the Past Week -
It was another busy week on the Hill and in the Administration, but it may have...more
Not only did the Senate Banking Committee hearing this morning on Richard Cordray’s nomination to be CFPB Director produce no fireworks, there were moments when Committee members seemed to forget he was in the hearing room....more
President Obama’s renomination of Richard Cordray to serve as CFPB Director is now official. On February 13, the White House announced that his nomination was sent to the Senate....more
Richard Cordray was renominated today by President Obama to serve as CFPB Director for a five-year term. The President’s recess appointment of Mr. Cordray only allows him to serve as CFPB Director until the end of this year....more