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Regulating Outside the Law: A Troubling Trend in Banking

San Francisco Federalist Society

Wednesday, June 25, 2014 from 12:00 PM to 1:30 PM (PDT)

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Join us for lunch on June 25 to hear about financial regulation.

 

With:
Daniel Wheeler, Esq.
Bryan Cave, LLP 

Since the financial crisis, banks have been the target of extensive regulatory efforts. Yet regulators have taken measures against banks (and others) that appear to exceed statutory and constitutional limits.  

Is the Orderly Liquidation Authority under the Dodd-Frank statute a measured response or does it set up a show trial regime? Is the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau really a superlegislature operating without accountability? And can the Department of Justice legitimately force banks to deny checking accounts to porn stars and pot clubs, as it is doing under Operation Choke Point? 

These questions and more will be covered by Dan Wheeler, a local banking lawyer who has had a front row seat to the regulatory aftermath of the financial crisis.

1.0 hour of MCLE credit will be available and lunch will be served.

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Bryan Cave LLP
560 Mission Street, 25th Floor
San Francisco, CA

Wednesday, June 25, 2014 from 12:00 PM to 1:30 PM (PDT)


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