As Wall Street's New Cop, CFTC Goes Into High Gear

, The National Law Journal


For decades, most companies didn't worry much about the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission, an obscure regulatory backwater whose lawyers brought a few dozen enforcement actions a year. Now, the mouse is starting to roar.

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Originally appeared in print as Wall Street's new cop

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