Financial regulation exposes many of the worst problems of political and constitutional accountability in administration. The D.C. Circuit recently held unconstitutional the independent structure of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. Members of Congress have called for amending the Dodd-Frank Act to curb regulatory overreach and clear the “fog” of uncertainty for regulated entities. Shareholders of companies have challenged “regulation by deal” as exceeding the boundaries of administrative procedures and due process. New technologies, such as fintech, require rethinking old regulatory frameworks to encourage innovation.
This Public Policy Conference will examine these issues and others, identifying structural and legal problems with financial regulation and proposing solutions for more lawful and accountable administration. The panelists include leading scholars and experts with experience in private practice, government, and public policy. We hope you will join us for this important and timely discussion.
Conference approved for 5.5 Virginia CLE Credits
Friday, December 9, 2016 8:00 AM - 3:45 PMEastern Time
Antonin Scalia Law School, George Mason UniversityFounders Hall Auditorium3351 Fairfax DriveArlington, Virginia 22201
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