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"Congress Disapproves CFPB Bulletin Concerning Discretionary Pricing By Auto Dealers," coverage by The National Law Review, May 8, 2018, quoting Professor Adam Levitin.

"Congress disapproves CFPB Bulletin concerning discretionary pricing by auto dealers," coverage by Ballard Spahr, May 8, 2018, quoting Professor Adam Levitin. For more on this story, see JD Supra.

"Under Trump, Congress has expanded use of controversial legislative tool to 'tear down’ regulations," coverage by ABC News, May 4, 2018, quoting Professor Adam Levitin.

"DOJ Pushes ‘Alternative’ AT&T-Time Warner Merger in Closing Arguments," coverage in The Wrap, April 30, 2018, quoting  Professor Steven Salop.

"Banks, Credit-Card Companies Explore Ways to Monitor Gun Purchases," coverage in The Wall Street Journal, April 30, 2018, quoting Professor Adam Levitin.

"AT&T Arbitration Offer Singled Out Ahead of Merger Verdict", coverage in Courthouse News Service, April 27, 2018, featuring Professor Steven Salop

"AT&T Arbitration Offer Singled Out Ahead of Merger Verdict," coverage by Courthouse News Service, April 27, 2018, quoting Professor Steven Salop.

"Congressional Review Act Confusion: Indirect Auto Lending Guidance Edition (a/k/a The Fast & the Pointless)," an opinion piece by Professor Adam Levitin, appearing in Credit Slips, April 17, 2018.

"Is Spotify’s Direct Listing a Harbinger of Change in U.S. Capital Markets?," coverage by Bloomberg BNA, April 2, 2018, quoting Professor Donald Langevoort.

"It ‘would stab a knife’ into CFPB: Critics react to Mulvaney proposal," coverage by American Banker, April 2, 2018, quoting Professor Adam Levitin.

"In blockbuster antitrust trial, Big Tech looms in background," coverage by the Japan Times, March 28, 2018, quoting Professor Steven Salop.

"Sensitive private data mishandled by broker watchdogs, whistleblower claims," coverage by the InvestmentTimes, March 27, 2018, quoting Professor Donald Langevoort.

"AT&T, Time Warner Merger Case Begins In D.C. ," coverage in WSHU Public Radio, March 22, 2018, featuring Professor Steven Salop.

"Where Stormy Daniels is probably wrong — and why it may not matter," coverage in The Washington Post, March 20, 2018, featuring Associate Professor Anne Fleming.

"Invalid When Made: The District Court’s Madden v. Midland Decision," coverage in CATO at Liberty, March 20, 2018, featuring Professor Adam Levitin.

"City of Debtors: A Century of Fringe Finance," an engagement at the Woodrow Wilson Center on March 19, 2018, featuring Professor Anne Fleming.

"Streaming Soon: A Fight Over AT&T, Time Warner, and the Future of TV," coverage by The New York Times, March 15, 2018, quoting Professor Steven Salop.

Congressional testimony on Bitcoin and ICOs, a C-SPAN broadcast, March 14, 2018, featuring testimony by Professor Chris Brummer.

"Virginia students walkout, press lawmakers on gun control," coverage by WUSA9, March 14, 2018, quoting Professor Alicia Plerhoples.

"What Should be in an ICO White Paper?," an op-ed for Cointelegraph, March 13, 2018, featuring Professor Chris Brummer.

"Revenge Of The Stadium Banks," coverage by The Intercept, March 2, 2018, quoting Professor Adam Levitin.

Professor Adam Levitin gave testimony at the Financial Services Committee's Hearing on Examining Opportunities and Challenges in the Financial Technology (“Fintech”) Marketplace, January 30, 2018. His statement is provided by the committee.

"Lawmakers struggle to find right balance on fintech policy," coverage by the American Banker, January 30, 2018, quoting Professor Adam Levitin.

 "Paypal CEO Dan Schulman talks Fintech on Capitol Hill with Georgetown's Chris Brummer", coverage in The Daily Telescope, January 16, 2018, featuring Professor Chris Brummer

"Finance on the fringes: Public policy and the big business of small-sum loans.", coverage in This is Hell, January 13, 2018, interviewing Professor Anne Fleming.

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