Yesterday, the House of Representatives passed H.R. 5421, the “Financial Institution Bankruptcy Act of 2014″ or “FIBA.”
Nine months after the end of the SEC’s comment period for proposed crowdfunding rules, the gestation period for these eagerly awaited regulations remains a mystery.
As technology improvements and market demand drive adoption of distributed energy, utilities and fossil fuel interests are increasing levels of opposition in state legislative and regulatory proceedings.
Private Investigators: 5 Things to Be Aware of When Hiring a Private Investigator for a Bank Account Search
This is the first post in my new series about what private investigators can & cannot do legally when searching for hidden assets.
Trusts are widely used in commercial transactions. But, as creatures of equity, trusts raise issues that may not be immediately familiar to everyone who relies on them in the commercial world.
Two Recent Massive Merger Objection Lawsuit Settlements Include Significant D&O Insurer Contributions
One of the great litigation curses in recent times in the corporate litigation arena has been the rise of the merger objection litigation.
The South African government issued its debut $500 million sukuk in 2014. The sukuk was four times oversubscribed, highlighting the appetite for this product.
Islamic finance transactions are based on Shariah (Islamic law).
On November 25, 2014, the Securities and Exchange Commission (the “SEC”) brought charges against a Swiss-based bank that should serve as notice to all non-U.S. banks that maintain relationships with clients who have moved to the U.S., as well as U.S.-based banks that provide services to clients who have relocated to other countries.
Last week, the CFPB’s Ombudsman’s Office issued its third annual report covering the Office’s activities during fiscal year 2014 (October 1, 2013 through September 30, 2014).