SEC Cryptocurrency Enforcement: 2021 Update
Under the new administration, the SEC has continued its role as one of the main regulators in the cryptocurrency space.
SEC Maintains Focus on Cryptocurrency Enforcement under Chair Gensler
New administration brings first-of-their-kind cryptocurrency enforcement actions.
CME Ether futures: How is the contract designed?
The authors discuss how the CME Group calculates the price index underlying futures contracts based on the cryptocurrency Ether.
SEC Cryptocurrency Enforcement: Q3 2021 Update
Under the Biden administration, the SEC continues to be active in policing the cryptocurrency space with 19 enforcement actions related to cryptocurrency brought in the first nine months of 2021.
Cornerstone Research Connects: SEC Cryptocurrency Enforcement—Q3 2013–Q4 2020
The authors discuss key trends of the SEC’s enforcement actions against digital asset market participants.
Cornerstone Research Report Shows SEC Establishes Itself as a Key U.S. Cryptocurrency Regulator
More than one-third of crypto-related actions involved allegations of both fraud and unregistered securities offerings.
Using Surveys In Consumer Finance Litigation
The authors consider how surveys can help address key issues regarding consumer financial decision-making in litigation and regulatory enforcement matters.
Cornerstone Research Experts in Focus: Mark Garmaise
Nick Yavorsky interviews Mark Garmaise, Professor of Finance at the UCLA Anderson School of Management. Professor Garmaise discusses his research on commercial real estate markets, entrepreneurial finance, and consumer finance.
Forbes Magazine Names Cornerstone Research to 2019 List of America’s Best Management Consulting Firms
Firm receives high marks across multiple areas of expertise.
Mortgage Discrimination Case against a Lending Institution
In a high-profile class action case involving a leading financial institution, a federal circuit court affirmed a lower court’s order denying class certification.
Consumer Complaints to the CFPB: Historical and Emerging Trends
The authors examine more than one million consumer complaints logged in the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) database.
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