It took two years and some political hardball, but the Senate finally confirmed former Ohio Attorney General Richard Cordray as head of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. Plus: MIT and Aaron Swartz, Roberts takes over for Lamberth, Schiff's FISA legislation, Alito's recusals, and a trial in a movie theater in this week's column.
INADMISSIBLE: After Long Wait, Cordray Confirmed
The National Law Journal
July 22, 2013