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Short Primer on the Administrative Law of Bank Regulation

November 3, 2020, Covington Alert

Presidential elections, whatever their outcome, often serve as a natural inflection point in the regulatory cycle, marking a shift in regulatory priorities and agendas. This is particularly true in bank regulation, where higher-profile regulatory changes are often accompanied by lower-profile but equally important changes in supervisory approaches and practices. Bearing that in mind, it may be a useful time for banks and other financial institutions to refresh their knowledge of the key administrative law requirements that will govern the next regulatory cycle, including the various judicial remedies available to affected parties when regulators do not satisfy those requirements.

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