Dodd-Frank And Deregulation: Some Lessons From History

Law360, New York (November 13, 2017, 12:24 PM EST) -- A decade after we saw the first signs of the credit crisis in 2007, the financial industry continues to grapple with the regulatory reforms, litigation and enforcement actions that have followed. This Expert Analysis series explores the crisis, its profound impact and where we stand today.

Dennis Kelleher The 2008 financial crash was the worst since the great crash of 1929 and caused the worst economy since the Great Depression. It has cost the United States more than $20 trillion in lost GDP and tens of millions of Americans are still recovering from lost homes, jobs, savings, stagnant wages and crushing...

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