Following a busy, yet undeniably uncertain, year for regulatory lawyers, 2023 is shaping up to be a continuation of the same, as firms stock up on regulatory expertise from coast to coast in preparation for a mixture of forces to drive increased regulatory scrutiny across sectors.

With new Securities and Exchange Commission rules slated to come into effect in April, Department of Justice enforcement actions ramping up alongside congressional investigations, and new state and global regulations coming into play, law firms of all types and sizes are gearing up to navigate the increasingly complex regulatory landscape for clients.

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