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President Barack Obama’s recess appointments to the National Labor Relations Board and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau have been a source of conflict since the very day he made them. But now, months later, it appears we’re nearing some form of resolution. Reports indicate the White House and Senate have struck a deal to avert what Senate Republicans have called the “nuclear option” for avoiding a vote on Obama’s appointees to the NLRB, CFPB and other positions. Joining me to explain the deal and its impact is Kyle Gilster, Partner with Husch Blackwell in Washington, DC.
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By a vote of 66-34, the Senate today confirmed former Ohio AG Richard Cordray as the first Director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB).
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Senate Nuclear Option Compromise Opens Door to National Labor Relations Board Confirmations by Next Month
After a long-evolving bit of brinksmanship over the continuing use of the filibuster in the Senate, a deal reportedly has been struck which paves the way for a five-member National Labor Relations Board to be seated near the end of the summer.
The fugitive NSA leaker Edward Snowden’s widely publicized detention in the transit zone of Moscow’s Sheremetyevo International Airport may well bring to mind Tom Hanks’ 2004 film The Terminal, about a man who finds himself trapped at New York’s John F. Kennedy Airport after his passport is rendered invalid by the start of a revolution in Krakozhia, his fictionalized home country.
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New corporate and securities lawsuits filings in the second quarter of 2013 were “down dramatically” compared to 2013’s first quarter, according to the quarterly D&O Claims Trends report of insurance industry information firm Advisen, which was released today and which can be found here.