Dodd-Frank Stumbles in Court Challenges
Monday, Oct. 8, 2012
The Dodd-Frank Act is being picked apart in successful court challenges, Dina ElBoghdady writes. "The judges seem more than willing to say that the rules adopted in the aftermath of the financial crisis simply can't be enforced because of procedural defects," said Donald Langevoort, a professor at Georgetown University.
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