David Zaring's Posts

Two Obits: Harvey Goldschmid (February 12, 2015)

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Mitchell on Cunningham On DPAs (February 10, 2015)

Deferred Prosecution Agreements have been in vogue since the unwarranted death of Arthur Andersen, and over at Jotwell, Larry Mitchell... (Category: Blogs and Blawgs, Corporate Governance, White Collar Crime)

Suicide By Cop, Filed By A Decent Firm? (February 09, 2015)

I'll outsource the content to Matt Levine's new email, but you just don't see briefs filed by financial businesses against... (Category: Administrative Law, Finance)

Insider Trading By Dad? (February 05, 2015)

The latest civil fine has been paid by...well, let's go through the chain of information: Company A buys Company B... (Category: Securities)

SEC ALJ Orders: It's How It Does It's Anti-Bribery Rule (January 29, 2015)

While defendants are gearing up to make arguments against the constitutionality of the SEC's increasing inclination to use its ALJs,... (Category: Administrative Law, Securities, White Collar Crime)

The SEC's New Preference For Administrative Proceedings (January 27, 2015)

Peter Henning has a nice overview of recent claims made against the SEC's growing inclination to take fraud cases before... (Category: Administrative Law, Securities, White Collar Crime)

Litigating The Financial Crisis, By Moi (January 20, 2015)

I've written a paper on the judicial history of the financial crisis, and it's now out in the Virginia Law... (Category: Administrative Law, Finance, Financial Crisis, Financial Institutions, Securities, White Collar Crime)

Welcome, Guest Blogger Josephine Sandler Nelson! (January 19, 2015)

Josephine comes to us from gigs at Stanford's and Berkeley's business schools; she writes about corporate crime, among other things... (Category: Miscellany)

Go Celebrate 10 Years Of Opinio Juris (January 15, 2015)

Over at Opinio Juris, the international law blog, they are marking their tenth anniversary with some ruminations about blogging and... (Category: Blogs and Blawgs, Globalization/Trade)

MetLife Sues Over Its Systemically Important Designation (January 14, 2015)

Yesterday, MetLife filed a complaint in the DDC protesting its designation as systemically important, which carries with it increased capital... (Category: Administrative Law, Finance, Financial Institutions)

What Can We Learn From The Impending S&P Settlement? (January 13, 2015)

The Times reports that S&P will soon be paying a billion dollar fine - or roughly one year's annual profits... (Category: Finance, Financial Crisis, Financial Institutions, Securities)

The Revolving Door And Steve Cohen (December 17, 2014)

The Times reports: The billionaire investor, who managed to fend off a criminal insider trading investigation of himself, if not... (Category: Administrative Law, Securities, White Collar Crime)

Will The Swaps Pushout Rule Die In The Cromnibus? (December 11, 2014)

One dodgy thing that is being included in the currently debated spending bill is a substantive provision repealing a much-hated-by-banks... (Category: Administrative Law, Finance, Financial Crisis, Financial Institutions)

The International Review Of The Quality Of American Financial Supervision (December 08, 2014)

The Basel committee enforces through peer pressure, rather than through resort to a formal dispute settlement process, and the peer... (Category: Administrative Law, Finance, Financial Institutions, Globalization/Trade)

The 11 Most Influential People In Business Ethics (December 08, 2014)

This not at all silly list reveals the following: #1 William Dudley – President and CEO, Federal Reserve Bank of... (Category: Administrative Law, Finance)

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