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    Financial Services Weekly News Roundup – November 2014

    The Day After: There are still a few undecided races but we know that Republicans will control the House and the Senate in the next session of Congress. This may provide an opportunity for more bipartisan legislation in the financial services area. There is reason to hope that Congress will be able to pass legislation that President Obama will sign that could soften some of the hard edges of the Dodd-Frank Act, such as the effect of regulations intended for large banks on small and regional banks, the application of SIFI rules to insurance companies, the regulation of end-users of derivatives, the broad definition of municipal advisor and the required disclosure of the origin of conflict minerals. In addition, the SEC may now adopt, pare back or drop some proposals that have been on hold, like the crowdfunding rules, amendments to Rule 506 and Form D, and fiduciary standards for brokers. Whatever happens, we’ll be here to cover it.

    / Nov 10, 2014 at 12:56 PM
  • Banking Law, Federal Government, Job Searches, Law Schools, Wall Street

    Another Job Opportunity for 3Ls

    Not many employers are interviewing third-year law students this fall. But there are employment opportunities out there for enterprising third-year law students. Today we bring you information about another program that’s hiring graduating law students. The good news: the work/life balance is good, as are the benefits and the pay (six figures). The bad news: these positions aren’t easy to land. So, what program are we talking about?

    8 Comments / / Sep 13, 2011 at 4:36 PM

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