The Era Of Private Ordering For Corporate Governance

Law360, New York (August 25, 2017, 11:17 AM EDT) -- Following the 2016 election, corporate governance circles have focused intently on what will happen in the nation's capital with regard to a potential rollback of the current regulatory regime. The Trump administration immediately signaled a strong desire for wide-ranging regulatory reform through a series of executive orders directed at federal agencies. Subsequent congressional and agency actions initiated the potential unwinding of a broad swath of existing regulations. In the governance and disclosure world, the Republican-controlled Congress adopted a joint resolution suspending the resource extraction disclosure rules. In June, the House passed the Financial Choice Act, which would repeal many of the...

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