Welcome to Compliance Hot Spots, and good evening from Washington. The CFTC is taking a sealed appeal over a sanctions inquiry focused on the agency, and a team from King & Spalding is now advising commissioners and other officials. Plus: Early reactions to proposed CFIUS rules. Scroll down for Who Got the Work, and all the new moves, including a rare Sullivan & Cromwell lateral.
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CFTC Leaders Lawyer Up With King & Spalding
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