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Justices Could Reshape Securities Law Without Blockbuster

September 29, 2017, Law360

David Kornblau is quoted in a Law360 article regarding the effect the Supreme Court's upcoming docket may have on the legal framework for the securities industry. Commenting on the Digital Realty litigation, which focuses on the reach of Dodd-Frank Act’s whistleblower protections, Kornblau says, "This is one where the agency has actually gone through the process of making a rule to interpret the statute, so it's a pretty good vehicle for the court on that issue." He adds, "And the court has endless discretion on how they write their decision. If they wanted to, I think they could make some changes to that doctrine."

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