Welcome to the April 2019 edition of the Banking Law Committee Journal! We are pleased to re-launch this publication with a new twist. We will be giving more extensive and in-depth treatment to the cutting edge topics we feature in this and subsequent editions. In this edition, you will find four great articles from amazing authors.
- Federal banking law preemption in the post-Dodd Frank world: A review of significant developments - Gregory D. Omer, Thompson Coburn LLP
- New York Licensed Lender Annual Fee Authority to Sunset. Or Will It? - Tom Quinn from Hudson Cook, LLP
- Bank Holding Companies – The Case for Not Firing the Federal Reserve - Thomas Homberg from Godfrey & Kahn, S.C.
- Controlling Skynet: Regulatory Risks in Artificial Intelligence and Big Data - Melanie Brody, Eric T. Mitzenmacher, and Joy Tsai from Mayer Brown
Deepest thanks to our authors as well as BLC Content Director, Karen Pelzer, BLC Programs Liaison Juan Sempertegui, and our Banking Law Committee Journal Chair and Vice-Chair, AJ Bosco and Maya Hill. They have been working hard on this rebranded publication.
And last but not least, the BLC Journal is looking for articles for future editions. Please submit articles to Juan.Sempertegui@BankofAmerica.com.
Jonice Gray Tucker
Chair, ABA Banking Law Committee