Tag Archives: Financial Stability Oversight Council (FSOC)

Law Professor Amicus Brief in MetLife

by Chris Walker — Tuesday, July 26, 2016@chris_j_walker

Back in April I blogged about the district court decision in MetLife v. Financial Stability Oversight Council. There, Judge Rosemary Collyer (D.D.C.) sent waves through the financial services industry and among scholars of cost-benefit analysis. Relying in part on the Supreme Court’s decision last year in Michigan v. EPA, the district court held that the Financial Stability Oversight Council (FSOC) […]

Sunstein on Cost-Benefit Analysis and the Administrative Procedure Act (AdLaw Bridge Series)

by Chris Walker — Thursday, Apr. 14, 2016@chris_j_walker

Two weeks ago, in MetLife v. Financial Stability Oversight Council, District Judge Rosemary Collyer (D.D.C.) sent waves through the financial services industry and among scholars of cost-benefit analysis. Relying in part on the Supreme Court’s decision last Term in Michigan v. EPA , the district court held that the FSOC violated the Administrative Procedure Act […]

What Five Years of Dodd-Frank Have Left Undone, by Philip Wallach

by Guest Blogger — Thursday, June 11, 2015

The Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act is coming up on its fifth birthday next month. Seldom has a law’s meaning been so little determined five years out from passage—especially a law running hundreds of pages. Dodd-Frank seems to frustrate everyone: Wall Street finds it massively burdensome and parts of it profoundly wrong-headed; […]