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  • Article | Legal
  • February 25th, 2013

You Just Got an Unsolicited Offer: Now What?

We asked attorneys what the proper protocol is when you get an unsolicited offer.

  • Article | Legal
  • February 13th, 2013

Who is Jack Lew?

Our panel of attorneys debate the impact of Jack Lew becoming the new secretary of the U.S. Treasury.

  • Article | Legal
  • February 5th, 2013

How Will the CFPB’s New Mortgage Rules Impact the Market?

A panel of attorneys addresses how the government’s definition of qualified mortgages will change the industry.

  • Article | Legal
  • January 28th, 2013

M&A Post-Closing Legal Claims: Negotiating the Best Deal

Baird Holm attorney Adam Kirshenbaum offers five steps to negotiating post-closing indemnification agreements.

  • Article | Legal
  • January 23rd, 2013

The Good Side of Dodd-Frank: How the Law Will Benefit the Banking Industry

BMO's general counsel and others weigh in: Is there anything good about Dodd-Frank?

  • Infographic | Legal
  • January 14th, 2013

U.S. Basel III Proposals: Infographic

A visual overview of the U.S. Basel III proposals created by Davis Polk LLP.

  • White Paper | Legal
  • January 11th, 2013

The Corporate First Responder: 15 Questions to Consider When a Corporate Crisis Strikes

Sullivan & Cromwell partners provide a list of questions organizations should review when there has been a law violation.

  • Article | Legal
  • December 10th, 2012

Bank Attorney Panel: Expect a Slight Increase in Mergers and Acquisitions Next Year

Bank attorneys make predictions about M&A in 2013.

  • Article | Legal
  • November 26th, 2012

Being Public: Is It Worth It?

In light of the JOBS Act’s liberalization of public reporting laws, attorneys weigh in on the benefits and drawbacks of being a publicly traded bank or thrift.

  • Article | Legal
  • November 14th, 2012

Standard Chartered and Anti-Money Laundering: Trends to Watch

Recent enforcement actions against Standard Chartered show the difficulty of challenging U.S. regulators, explains Ropes and Gray LLP.