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Past Event
16 November 2010

2010 Midterm Elections: Are There Changes in Store for Energy, Infrastructure, Financial Services, Health Care, Trade and Other Critical Policy Issues?
Financial Services and Housing Finance Reform

Tuesday’s election results demonstrate an electorate unhappy with the status quo who rejected incumbent elected officials it believes were unresponsive to its needs. With significant realignments in the House and numerous state governments, what will this new balance of power mean for critical policy issues such as energy, infrastructure, financial services, health care and trade?

Please join us starting on Friday, November 5th for our Post-Election Teleconference Series as Mayer Brown’s lawyers and government analysts examine these and many other issues of concern to business.

12:30 – 1:00 p.m. EST

  • Will the results of the election cause Congress to revisit certain aspects of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act or delay the implementation of financial services reform in the US?
  • What are the implications for the residential housing market, housing finance reform and the future role of the Government Sponsored Enterprises?

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