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October 15, 2020, Global Investigations Review

Anne Termine is quoted in Global Investigations Review regarding this year’s aggressive spoofing enforcement from the CFTC. Ms. Termine says the marked increase in the agency’s spoofing-related enforcement actions in recent years is due to the software generating more leads. She adds that the marked increase in the agency’s spoofing-related enforcement actions ...

October 15, 2020, Red Box

Francis Maude recently appeared on The Red Box Politics Podcast to discuss COVID-19, Brexit, and other current issues in the UK.

October 14, 2020, Law360

Eric Mogilnicki is quoted in Law360 regarding the rising number of CFPB enforcement cases in the last five years. Mr. Mogilnicki says, “I think it's a coincidence. These cases take time to germinate, and the bureau has been working on the assumption that Seila Law wouldn't disrupt its enforcement activities. I can't imagine they were holding back waiting for ...

October 7, 2020, Food Navigator

Brian Sylvester spoke with Food Navigator about the labeling of cell-cultured seafood. Mr. Sylvester says, “USDA has not yet invited public comment on the labelling of cell-cultured meat & poultry but is expected to do so in due course. It is reasonable to expect that USDA will ultimately put out a similar request and will collaborate with FDA on reviewing ...

October 6, 2020, Law360

October 6, 2020, Law360

October 5, 2020, Reuters

Dustin Cho and Neema Sahni spoke with Reuters about the role lawyers have played in guiding professional sports leagues through COVID-19. Mr. Cho says on the insurance front, event cancellation coverage has been a hot issue. He notes that both Wimbledon and the British Open tennis tournaments succeeded in getting coverage from their insurers under their event ...

October 1, 2020, NPR

Julie Dohm is quoted in NPR regarding the use of unproven COVID-19 treatments and compounded drugs. Regarding compounded drugs, Ms. Dohm says, “They are subject to a lower quality standard, and so it's very important that they really only be used when medically necessary.”

October 1, 2020, American Banker

Randy Benjenk is quoted in the American Banker regarding the Federal Reserve's proposal to modernize the Community Reinvestment Act, which could bridge the divide with the OCC. Mr. Benjenk says that some provisions of the Fed’s outline are “strikingly similar to the OCC’s final rule, either in concept or execution.” He adds, “The commonalities may be a ...