Politico Morning Money: Slogging toward an executive pay rule
Politico’s Morning Money highlighted a new letter from 5 administrative law scholars, who explain how a Section 956 incentive-based executive compensation rule could be finalized without starting from scratch.
Bloomberg Law: Mental Health Is Next Target for Workplace Safety Advocates
Mental health is poised to be the next litigation frontier for workplace safety and health as supporters push OSHA to use its enforcement powers to protect workers from stress on the job.
American Banker: Advocates urge agencies to finish — not start over — pay-clawback rule
Several progressive groups are urging financial regulators to finish the Dodd-Frank executive compensation rule, which would give the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. the ability to claw back the compensation of some failed-bank executives — a growing priority for the Biden
PRESS RELEASE: Governing for Impact Issues Memo Defending CFTC’s Climate-Related Rulemaking Authority
Legal analysis refutes claims that climate-risk rulemaking from the Commodity Futures Trading Commission would violate major questions doctrine WASHINGTON, DC — Today, Governing for Impact (GFI) published a legal analysis defending the Commodity Futures Trading Commission’s (CFTC) authority to address
Politico Morning Money: Advocates hit back at state threats to CFTC climate agenda
Politico’s Morning Money blurbed GFI’s new memo, which rebuts suggestions that the Major Questions Doctrine will apply to any actions that follow from the CFTC’s climate risk RFI.
Bloomberg Law: OSHA Urged to Set Standard for Workplace Monitoring
More than a dozen advocacy groups—including Governing for Impact and the Center for Democracy & Technology—are calling on OSHA to address with rulemaking the use of electronic surveillance and algorithmic management in the workplace.