The CHOICE Act Is A Bad Choice For Financial Reform

12 April 2017
The CLS Blue Sky Blog: Columbia Law School’s Blog On Corporations And The Capital Markets

At the time of its enactment in 2010, the Dodd-Frank Act was regarded as the most important financial reform legislation since the time of the Great Depression. Now, scarcely seven years after its enactment, significant elements of the Dodd-Frank Act are targeted by the Republicans in the House of Representatives for outright repeal or significant modification in the Financial CHOICE Act. Read the Article