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State Attorneys General January 2 Update

Squire Patton Boggs’ State Attorneys General Practice Group is comprised of lawyers who have served at senior levels in state AG offices around the country and whose practices focus, to one degree or another, on representing clients before these increasingly assertive and powerful, yet often overlooked, government agencies, as explained in detail here. In these … Continue Reading

President Obama Hosts the Nordic Leaders Summit; Senate NDAA Committee Markup Ahead, While Full Senate Attempts (Again) to Pass the MTB Reform Bill

Vice President Joe Biden hosted the U.S.-Caribbean and Central American Energy Summit last week, reaffirming the U.S. commitment to addressing energy security concerns in the Western Hemisphere.  President Barack Obama will host the Nordic Leaders Summit in Washington on Friday to deepen U.S.-Nordic cooperation and affirm the U.S. commitment to European security, trans-Atlantic trade and the … Continue Reading

Swaps Push Out and Fiduciary Duty Bills Likely To Get Vote; Anti Laundering Bills Introduced; Crowdfunding Proposals & New Liquidity Rules

Legislative Activity Swaps Push Out and Fiduciary Duty Bills Likely To Get A House Vote This Week Two important bills are expected to be  voted on by the House this week. The first is the commonly known “swaps push out” bill or H.R. 992. The House Financial Services Committee approved the bill in May and … Continue Reading