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May 20, 2020, Financial Times

Christopher Hanson is quoted in the Financial Times regarding the private sector’s undertaking of COVID-19 testing for its employees. Mr. Hanson notes that diagnostic testing “presents an array of regulatory considerations” in the U.S., such as checking whether a test has been approved by regulators. He says that even in the U.S. “the landscape is changing ...

May 20, 2020, Law360

Randy Benjenk spoke with Law360 about the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency’s overhaul of bank regulations of lending to low-income and underserved communities. The rulemaking document still leaves some open questions, including what specific numerical thresholds and benchmarks banks will be judged against under the revised grading methodology. Mr. ...

May 20, 2020, Bloomberg Law

Randy Benjenk is quoted in Bloomberg Law regarding new anti-redlining rules from the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency. Mr. Benjenk says the OCC’s plans to assess new data as banks are still complying with existing CRA rules is going to create problems for the industry and the agency’s examiners. He adds, “CRA personnel are going to have to be doing many ...

May 19, 2020, Bloomberg

Daniel Cooper spoke with Bloomberg about new wearable technology devices that alert users when they are within close proximity of someone with COVID-19. Mr. Cooper notes that businesses are walking a fine line between keeping people safe and protecting their privacy. The absence of clear guidance from European regulators is forcing companies -- who could also be ...

May 18, 2020, Law360

Daniel Suleiman and Amanda Kramer spoke with Law360 about the safe harbor deadline established by the Small Business Administration for companies that may have improperly taken out loans through the Paycheck Protection Program. According to Mr. Suleiman, since SBA’s announcement that companies with substantial market value will not meet the required ...

May 18, 2020, Law360

Law360 interviewed Louise Freeman about  her role as co-chair of the firm’s commercial disputes practice, and her involvement in the firm's women's networks and diversity initiatives.. She discussed her thoughts about leadership, boosting diversity efforts, and how the firm is navigating  COVID-19.

May 14, 2020, Bruegel

Michael Leigh participated in a webinar with Bruegel entitled, “Democracy in the times of COVID-19 with Věra Jourová,” to discuss how Europe can uphold its democratic values during the COVID-19 pandemic. 

May 13, 2020, The National Law Journal

Beth Brinkmann spoke with The National Law Journal about the historic U.S. Supreme Court teleconference arguments during the COVID-19 pandemic. Ms. Brinkmann says, “The participation by Justice Thomas is a real benefit of the phone format. His questions to the advocates allow them the opportunity to address his concerns. It also means that the conversation can ...