MetLife Makes Case Against 'Too Big to Fail' Designation

MetLife, represented by Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher partner Eugene Scalia, is challenging its designation as "too big to fail." During arguments on Tuesday, U.S. District Judge Rosemary Collyer in Washington expressed concern about the setup of the federal oversight council tasked with reviewing the health of U.S. banks and companies.

Sign up for a free Law.com trial now!

Law.com's Elite 15-day trial gives you:

  • All access pass to legal news across ALM's Network
  • News by Practice Area, available exclusively on Law.com
  • The free Law.com InPractice digital newsletter
  • Personalized legal news on the Law.com mobile App

During and after your trial, you'll receive the benefits of an ALM digital membership, including a subscription to the Law.com Newswire digital newsletter.