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Can DC Law Firms Thrive in Washington's Gridlock?

The National Law Journal

30 Jan 2019

The current environment in Washington, D.C., could provide an opportunity for businesses to push government to revisit redundant or destructive regulation, reports The National Law Journal.

In the article “Can DC Law Firms Thrive in Washington's Gridlock?,” Morrison & Foerster partner Andrew Campbell notes that the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission is already making changes. It’s clearly “looking to make it less burdensome for companies to access the public markets” based on their actions in the rule-making process and review of registration applications, he said.



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