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March 13, 2021, Economist

Thomas Reilly is quoted in the Economist regarding Brexit’s impact on EU regulation. Mr. Reilly notes the greatest scope for divergence lies in sectors where Britain has a critical mass of activity.

March 12, 2021, Law360

David Kornblau is quoted in Law360 regarding the SEC’s new ESG enforcement task force. Mr. Kornblau says operating through existing anti-fraud laws, the task force could ramp up enforcement actions against companies, but that could also bring a wave of litigation. “Until the agency adopts new climate disclosure regulations, for enforcement purposes it will need ...

March 12, 2021, Law360

Jean Veta and Jeremy Newell are quoted in Law360 regarding the legal risks financial institutions still face one year into the COVID-19 pandemic. Regarding investigations into relief loans, Ms. Veta says banks have been acting as partners with the U.S. Department of Justice in investigating PPP fraud. “Indeed, the banks were victims in these frauds. However, it ...

March 10, 2021, International Financial Law Review

John Ahern spoke with International Financial Law Review about the EU’s Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation’s (SFDR) impact on financial markets. Mr. Ahern says, “Costs associated with compliance with the regulation will ultimately be passed on to investors. In addition, if different regimes develop in different geographies, there is a risk of further ...

March 8, 2021, Education Week

Kevin King spoke with Education Week about the Supreme Court’s ruling in a case involving students’ free speech rights on school and college campuses. Mr. King says, “The court’s decision is a win for civil rights. By reaffirming that parties may sue even when a violation does not cause easily identifiable harm, this decision will ensure that the courthouse ...