Welcome to Compliance Hot Spots, our weekly briefing on news and trends on compliance, enforcement and government affairs. Today we’re spotlighting the wrecking ball that has been taken to agency guidance under the Trump administration—and what a top lawyer in President Obama’s White House had to say about it. Also, we look at New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman jumping into cryptocurrency regulation, and a new settlement—with a much bigger pricetag—in the works between Wells Fargo and financial regulators. Scroll down to see some new roles and who got the work in some of the big disputes making headlines.

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