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How Congressional Oversight May Shift In 2022 And Beyond

In what has become a truism of U.S. politics over decades, a first-term president's political party typically does not fare well in the midterm elections. With President Joe Biden's ...

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Republicans eager to take on Spanberger in Virginia The Hill

A broad array of Republicans are already gunning for the opportunity to take on one of the most vulnerable Democrats in the House in Virginia's 7th Congressional District.

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Virginia emerging as ground zero in battle for House majority The Hill

Virginia is emerging as ground zero in next year’s battle for the House majority, with three Democrats — more than a quarter of its delegation — facing sharp headwinds in...


House Judiciary Committee to Markup Nondebtor Release Prohibition Act of 2021

On Wednesday, November 3, the House Judiciary Committee approved legislation on a party-line vote that could drastically reshape chapter 11 restructurings, particularly in cases involving...

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Oil execs hunker down for sweeping climate probe National Journal

Rep. Ro Khanna is predicting a hearing room full of fossil-fuel executives in late October. So far, the industry isn’t committing to attending or turning over a wide range of...

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In Regulating the Crypto Wild West, Is the SEC Imposing Order or Grabbing Land? Corporate Compliance Insights

Increased regulation of cryptocurrencies by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) appears imminent. But details, scope and timing are up in the air. Three crypto experts weigh in...

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Crypto, Congress and the Commission: What’s next for the ‘Wild West’? Cointelegraph

Recently, there’s been much regulatory activity around crypto; anyone whose business deals with digital assets will need to pay attention.


Preparing for the Regulatory Response to ‘Meme’ Stock Investing

The GameStop saga continues to play out nearly six months later, with the SEC and other regulators looking at possible enforcement actions. Hogan Lovells partner Aaron Cutler and Chase...


Overbuilders and a bias for fiber: broadband proposals in American Jobs Plan face a tough fight ahead

Democrats and Republicans are at odds over the American Jobs Plan’s goals for broadband infrastructure as it faces a tough fight ahead.

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