Join Orrick & Accountable Africa for a vibrant discussion on the ways in which the African Development Bank is spurring sustainable economic development and socialprogress in its regional member countries with The Honorable Karen Bass, one of the leading voices on Africa issues in the U.S. ...
Starting on July 1, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp., Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, Federal Reserve, Farm Credit Administration, and National Credit Union Association will require the entities they supervise to accept certain types of private flood insurance policies and permit ...
Orrick lawyer Amanda Lawrence discussed the FTC's consumer protection enforcement priorities for 2019 and beyond, and how those priorities are likely to shape the provision of consumer financial services.
Please join Orrick at the Celesq webinar, Lessons from 'Michael Cohen v. United States', on March 13, where Orrick lawyers Ellen Murphy, Scott Morvillo, Wendy Butler Curtis, Jeremiah Weasenforth, and Kelly Cullen will be presenting.
In an effort to make bank and nonbank lenders and servicers more comfortable with participating in FHA programs, current HUD leadership has denounced the overuse of the False Claims Act in enforcement of FHA program requirements.
Join partner Paul Zarnowiecki as he moderates a webinar titled, "Financing America's Offshore Wind Buildout", the first in a quarterly state-of-the-industry webinar series produced by the American Council on Renewable Energy and Bloomberg New Energy Finance.
Orrick is hosting the MIT Sloan Club of DC and MIT Club of Washington, DC's event, "The Latest on Disaster Management in a World of Increasing Vulnerability", in our Washington D.C. office on Thursday, January 31st.
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