Trump's Victory Will Reshape Financial Rules, Supreme Court

, The National Law Journal


President-elect Donald Trump on the campaign called for the repeal of the Wall Street reform law Dodd-Frank, and he advocated for U.S. Supreme Court justices in the mold of the late Antonin Scalia. We take a snapshot of Trump's transformative regulatory positions as a new day unfolds in the nation's capital.

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  • Darren McKinney, American Tort Reform Association, Washington, D.C.

    Despite President-elect Trump‘s litigious history, the election‘s biggest loser is the lawsuit industry. It spent heavily to control even more thoroughly the executive branch‘s rule-making power in a new Clinton administration, but now it‘s been banished to certain blue-state capitals to beg for civil liability-expanding scraps at that level. And sorry Lisa Blue Baron, you‘ll have to wait at least four more years for your dream job vetting judicial nominees from the West Wing.

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