RESULTS FOR CATEGORY: Banking Law
Significantly insignificant: The United States Supreme Court decides agencies decide what agencies can decide
May. 22, 2013 – John E. Lande, Iowa Banking Law Blog
Arlington v. FCC thus represents an important test of how far courts are willing to extend deference to agencies.
May. 7, 2013 – John E. Lande, Iowa Banking Law Blog
The Department of Justice is asking the Supreme Court to decide a case that will have important ramifications for the validity of CFPB rules.
May. 6, 2013 – Benjamin D. Bruner, Iowa Banking Law Blog
all real estate lending institutions in the state of Iowa should take particular note of the recent Court of Appeals case of First Iowa State Bank vs. Ronnie L. Hammond.
Apr. 29, 2013 – John E. Lande, Iowa Banking Law Blog
Courts will uphold agency interpretations of agency rules even if it is not the best understanding of the rule. The agency interpretation only needs to be plausible. At least one Supreme Court Justice is ready to change this deference.
Apr. 29, 2013 – L. Allyn Dixon Jr., Iowa Banking Law Blog
In recent months, we’ve noticed a substantial increase in the number of Section 19 waiver actions on the FDIC’s monthly enforcement actions.