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State AGs set clear enforcement priorities for 2022: consumer protection and tech

USA - December 15 2021 As state attorneys general (AGs) plan their policy and enforcement priorities for 2022, it is clear that consumer protection and technology issues…

Divonne Smoyer

Bad faith requirement revived in Commodity Exchange Act suits

USA - August 24 2022 Last month, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit, in an opinion issued by Judge Frank Easterbrookin in Brian Barry et al. v. Cboe Global…

Jonathan L. Marcus

Defending against states’ federal antitrust claims: Could a potential change to federal law make things a lot more complicated?

USA - September 17 2021 Under current procedural rules, federal antitrust claims brought by states can be transferred and consolidated into federal multi-district litigation…

Michelle A. Mantine, Edward B. Schwartz, William J. Sheridan, Divonne Smoyer

State AGs claim seat at the table in the crypto oversight conversation

USA - October 14 2021 State and federal agencies are staking their claims to be the lead regulators and enforcers of cryptocurrencies and the markets that they operate…

Jonathan L. Marcus, Christine T. Parker, Divonne Smoyer

Only Sheriff in Town? Not so fast: National Association of Attorneys General announces the formation of the Center on Cyber and Technology.

USA - May 18 2022 With the continued rapid growth of both technological innovations and the market power of the companies spurring these innovations, calls for greater…

Karim Al-Hassan, Divonne Smoyer