Regulatory Forecast 2015

Regulatory Forecast: What Corporate Counsel Need to Know for 2015

 

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In the inaugural edition of Crowell & Moring's "Regulatory Forecast: What Corporate Counsel Need to Know for the Coming Year," we dig into the regulatory trends in Washington and beyond that are going to be affecting industry. The report focuses on sectors ranging from energy to health care, and features on-the-ground analysis from key regions, such as California and Europe, that are setting the pace for the future of industry regulation. Our feature article, "The State of Play in 2015: The Year of the Regulator," examines the increasing exercise of federal power through unprecedented and expansive executive branch regulatory initiatives and how the way companies navigate
Washington may never be the same.


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Navigating Washington

Agencies will be where the action is in 2015. This chart shows the not-so parallel routes of the agency rulemaking and legislative processes.

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Navigating Washington - Regulatory Forecast 2015 - Crowell & Moring


 

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