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November 25, 2019, Law360

Law360 covered Covington’s representation of Ameris Bank in an American Arbitration Association proceeding before Kenneth Menendez. Benjamin Razi, Michael Rosenthal, Marianna Jackson, Maggie Brennan, and Laura Collins provided counsel.

November 21, 2019, Law360

Micaela McMurrough is quoted in Law360 regarding a recently unveiled cybersecurity protocol guidelines aimed at arbitrators, institutions and arbitration users on topics including baseline security measures. Ms. McMurrough says, "We tried to build in flexibility [so that the] document can be used as guidance, rather than something that's prescriptive.”

November 20, 2019, Law360

Mike Nonaka is quoted in Law360 regarding the legality of the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency's fintech charter and the Conference of State Bank Supervisors' model payments. Both the OCC and CSBS have taken the concerns of industry to heart, and each initiative, while potentially overlapping in their goals of reducing regulatory burdens, may very well ...

Catharina Min '90

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November 18, 2019, University of Virginia Law School

November 15, 2019, Sky News

Tim Stratford spoke with Ian King of Sky News regarding current U.S.-China trade negotiations. Mr. Stratford says, “If there is strong interest to do a deal, it may stop the tit-for-tat escalation of tariffs. But it may not address the real underlying issues that lead to the trade war in the first place.”