Banking Lobbyists, After Wells Fargo Scandal, Couldn't Stop This Arbitration Bill
California's governor and Legislature in recent years have not been welcoming of many bills aimed at restricting the use of arbitration. That could soon change. Gov. Jerry Brown is considering whether to sign legislation that would allow judges to deny a bank's arbitration demand in any case that involves fraudulently created accounts.
A Delaware vice chancellor on Monday delayed making his ruling on a shareholder suit accusing Straight Path Communications Inc. of allowing its controller to funnel "hundreds of millions" of dollars' worth of assets away from the company as a part of its planned $3.1 billion sale to Verizon.
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