Does the Law of Regulatory Takings Impede Growth or Protect the Community? 9-22-09 The Federalist Society's Fordham Student Chapter presented this panel discussion on September 22, 2009, at Fordham University School of Law. Featuring: --Prof. Richard Epstein, University of Chicago Law School --Dean William Treanor, Fordham University School of Law --Moderator: Hon. Loretta Preska, United States District Court for the Southern District of New York Fordham University School of Law New York, NY
Central bank bailout follows 10 years of regulatory failure follows the trail of the credit market meltdown back to the recent Fed bailout starting from Jim Cramer's pitching of home builder stocks during housing bubble. Banking regulators had to know this was coming, but did nothing. Now we're paying the price.
The Canada-US Regulatory Regime: Review, Reform, Recovery April 10, 2010 Panel III: Canada-US Regulatory Regime as the Road to Recovery - Canada United States Law Institute
Role of Regulatory T Cells in Tolerance: Implication in Human Diseases Air date: Wednesday, March 24, 2010, 3:00:00 PM Timedisplayed is Eastern Time, Washington DC Local Category: Wednesday Afternoon Lectures Description: Cells with regulatory function exist within all major T and NK cell subsets. Most attention has been focused on regulatory T (Tr) cells with a CD4+ phenotype: the naturally occurring Tr (nTreg) cells and the adaptive type 1 Tr (Tr1) cells. These two subsets of Tr cells, which are developmentally and functionally distinct, cooperate in suppressing activation of the immune system and thereby in maintaining immunological homeostasis and inducing tolerance to self and foreign antigens. nTreg cells arise from the thymus and their suppressor function is strictly dependent on high expression of the transcription factor FOXP3, whereas Tr1 cells are induced in the periphery upon chronic stimulation with antigen in the presence of IL-10, secrete high levels of IL-10 in the absence of IL-4, and suppress antigen presenting cells and effector T cells through a cytokine-dependent mechanism. In humans, the presence of Tr1 cells is associated with tolerance, whereas defects in nTreg or Tr1 cells lead to autoimmune mediated diseases or to chronic inflammation, respectively. We and others have dedicated much effort to establish methods to isolate and expand nTreg cells or to induce antigen-specific Tr1 cells ex vivo to be used as cell therapy to promote or rebuilt tolerance. We established a protocol to selectively expand CD4+CD25+FOXP3+ T ...
President Obama's Plan for Financial Regulatory Reform Austan Goolsbee of the Council of Economic Advisers talks the Consumer Financial Protection Agency and overall financial regulatory reform. (public domain)
In-Depth Look - Sweeping Regulatory Reforms - Bloomberg Interview and discussion with the Council of Economic Advisers, Christina Romer. She talks about the regulatory reform that may affect the financial market. (Bloomberg News)
REGULATORY COMPLIANCE There are NO Easter eggs due to lack of time. If annotations freeze the video, view normal quality. You'd probably want to see what is supposed to happen after March 17, 2009. This is what would happen if a certain renegade* would still be respected today (and it won't stay that way for long)... Deven247 fixed up a picture depicting the gameplay segment. deven247DISCLAIMER: This is a FAN-MADE video. No infringement is intended. No claims are being made. I am not affiliated with such companies. All clips are owned by their respective authors. Please don't sue me - get the 99.95%-represent meanies instead. *Not just my persona...
Financial Regulatory Reform Plan - Bloomberg Obama prepares to unveil financial regulatory reform plan this week. (Bloomberg News)
Christopher Biggins Bingo Wings Music Rubycupids Nathan Amzi Comedy Music Video starring Christopher Biggins, Nathan Amzi, Lynda Bellingham, Jesse Wallace, Beautiful Big Girls, Luke Evans. Goodbye to size Zero HELLO to big girls.
Ron Paul on MSNBC talking about Obama's New Regulatory Reforms (6/18/09)
Obama To Unveil Regulatory Overhaul - Bloomberg The Obama administration will unveil its regulatory reform package tomorrow. (Bloomberg News)
Eliot Spitzer: New Banking Reforms a 'Regulatory Charade' Complete video at: fora.tv Former New York Governor Eliot Spitzer says the new wave of banking laws coming out of Congress is a "regulatory charade." He argues all of the mechanisms were already in place to avoid the financial crisis, but regulators failed to use the power they already had. ----- Drawing on his experience first as state attorney general and later as governor of New York, Eliot Spitzer addresses a wide range of issues having to do with the relationship between the government and the marketplace. - Safra Foundation Center for Ethics at Harvard Eliot Laurence Spitzer is an American lawyer, politician and the former Governor of New York. Spitzer was elected governor in the November 2006 election. He is the former New York State Attorney General, a member of the Democratic Party, and is married to Silda Wall Spitzer, the founder and chair of Children for Children, a non-profit organization.
The Canada-US Regulatory Regime: Review, Reform, Recovery April 10, 2010 Panel I: Canada-US Tax Regime - Canada United States Law Institute
The Canada-US Regulatory Regime: Review, Reform, Recovery April 8, 2010 Economic Recovery in the Canada-US Relationship - Canada United States Law Institute
Hedge Fund Enforcement & Regulatory Developments 2010.mp4
's Patrick Byrne On Internet Sales Taxes, *** Short Selling & Regulatory Capture Reason.tv's Nick Gillespie sat down recently with Patrick Byrne, the CEO of , the online retailer famous for ***y ads ("It's all about the O"), low, low prices, and hyperattentive customer service. Born in 1962 and now living in Utah, Byrne holds a Ph.D. in philosophy from Stanford and serves as the co-chair (with Rose Friedman) of the Friedman Foundation for Educational Choice. He is the former manager of Blackhawk Investment, a cancer survivor, and a black belt in tae kwon do. An outspoken critic of online sales taxes, Byrne is a self-declared libertarian who champions short-selling while adamantly opposing the more-controversial practice of "***" short-selling. From his journalistic perch at the blog Deep Capture, he and his colleagues regularly chart the ways in which regulators routinely stifle innovation and maintain a status quo that favors connected firms at the cost of competitors and consumers alike. Raised in New Hampshire, Byrne describes himself as a former "Yankee Republican" who has never felt comfortable with anti-market Democrats and no longer recognizes the GOP as the party of small government and individual liberty. In this 10-minute interview, Byrne explains why school choice is the key issue of our day, how bad regulations contributed to the current economic crisis, and why "the government should pave the roads, run the Post Office, and stay off my porch." Filmed by Dan Hayes and edited by Meredith Bragg.
ME C117 Lecture 02: Biocompatibility/FDA Regulatory Agency BioEngineering/ME C117: Structural Aspects of Biomaterials - Professor Lisa Pruitt This course provides an overview of medical devices, FDA regulatory issues, biocompatibility and sterilization technology. It examines biomechanical properties: isotropy/anisotropy, stiffness, bending stresses, contact stresses, multiaxial loading, plasticity, fatigue, fracture, wear, corrosion, design issues. Also covered: Orthopedics, Dental, Cardiovascular, and Soft Tissue Reconstruction. Professor Pruitt's current research is focused on fatigue and fracture micromechanisms, cyclic damage zones, and evolution of structure due to cyclic loading and environment in advanced polymers and biomaterials; tribology of...
Dylan Ratigan Show: Revising the outdated regulatory system Businesswomen demand new financial rules to protect consumers, meet with senators today. From the Dylan Ratigan Show. Copyright MSNBC 2010 Dylan Ratigan financial reform regulation consumer protection businesswomen business women credit cards goldman sachs
The Canada-US Regulatory Regime: Review, Reform, Recovery April 9, 2010 Panel IV: Food Safety in Canada and the US - Canada United States Law Institute
President Obama Speech on Financial Regulatory Reform President Obama announced the introduction of the new consumer financial protection agency, which will execute a plan for regulation reform that would improve the current "patchwork system" full of outdated regulations and lax oversight that helped lead to last year's crisis," and "stand up, not for big banks, not for financial firms, but for hard-working Americans." Such changes, he says, would prevent consumers becoming victims of "predatory practices of some in the financial industry." "Americans... are counting on us to be their advocates," Obama said. He also commented on those "butcher" ads attacking the agency, saying that it would put small businesses out of businesses. "I don't know how many of your butchers are offering financial services," he says. "We can't let speciail interests win this fight."
NESG Regulatory debate - Part 1 () Nigerian regulators, Nigeria's financial regulators will focus on the progress of the reform in the financial system, especially the banking sector and the capital market. This debate examines the impact of the asset management act and recent monetary policies of the CBN. Panel: Mohammed Kabir Ahmad, Director General, Pension Commission; Arunma Oteh, Director General, Security Exchange Commission; Lerato Mbele, Anchor, ABN; S***i Lamido S***i, Governor, Central Bank of Nigeria; Fola Daniel, Director General, National Insurance Commission
Feingold Says Financial Regulatory Bill Must Prevent Another Crisis As the Senate debates legislation to reform our financial regulatory system, Senator Russ Feingold spoke from the Senate floor on May 6, 2010 on the need to strengthen the bill in order to prevent another meltdown of our financial markets. Read more: feingold.senate.gov
The Alex Jones Show 1/3:Ron Paul Exposes Obama's Regulatory (Dictatorial-Powers) Fed Plan! Congressman tells MSNBC that the very entity responsible for the economic crisis is now more powerful than Congress. Responding to the Obama administrations new regulatory reform plan, which will officially hand the Federal Reserve complete dictatorial control over the US economy, Congressman Ron Paul told MSNBC that the Fed was now more powerful than Congress. Paul emphasized that no amount of regulation could compensate for a financial system created and controlled by the Federal Reserve that was completely unstable to begin with. The regulations should be on the Federal Reserve. We should have transparency of the Federal Reserve. They can create trillions of dollars to bail out their friends, and we dont even have any transparency of this. Theyre more powerful than the Congress, said Paul.
Clinuvel's "clinical and regulatory goals" Clinuvel's senior management in regulatory affairs and clinical research discuss the development of Clinuvel's proprietary first-in-class drug, SCENESSE® (afamelanotide). Administered by physicians as a controlled-release resorbable implant, SCENESSE® (afamelanotide) is a preventative drug activating melanin pigmentation in the skin. Melanin provides a biological barrier, protecting skin from UV and visible light. Medically, this is known as photoprotection. SCENESSE® (afamelanotide) is released over 10 days by the implant, while activating melanin for up to 60 days. The breakthrough controlled-release formulation maximizes the effect of the drug, while minimizing patient exposure to drug substance. Clinuvels ongoing clinical program aims to demonstrate the safety and efficacy of afamelanotide as a medicinal photoprotective drug. For more information on Clinuvel and SCENESSE® (afamelanotide) visit:
The Canada-US Regulatory Regime: Review, Reform, Recovery April 9, 2010 Panel II: Achieving Canada-US Economic Competitiveness - Canada United States Law Institute
Regulatory and Epigenetic Landscapes of Mammalian Genomes February 23, 2010. Laura Elnitski, Ph.D. Current Topics in Genome ***ysis 2010 Handout: www.genome.gov More: www.genome.gov
Get to know Novo Nordisk Regulatory Affairs A short video explaining the many facettes of the work we do in Regulatory Affairs. Our involvement from early development to life cycle management explained in a simple and language easy to understand.
What's on the regulatory agenda Hear from the regulators This is one of the Plenary sessions in the 32nd Annual Conference of Data Protection and Privacy Commissioners -- "Privacy: Generations" which was hosted by the the Israeli Law, Information and Technology Authority (ILITA) on October 27-29, 2010 in Jerusalem, Israel. For more information about this session go to: www.justice.gov.il The conference website is www.privacyconference2010.org
Government Intervention, Regulatory Policy, and the Financial Crisis The housing bubble is probably the biggest reason why America now faces a financial crisis. But what caused the bubble, and why are there now so many foreclosures causing so much damage in the rest of the financial sector? In this Center for Freedom and Prosperity Foundation video, Peter J. Wallison of the American Enterprise Institute explains how government policy mistakes are responsible and he specifically highlights the destructive impact of two government-created entities known as Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. The video concludes with four key lessons that explain how to avoid similar mistakes in the future.
"Take the regulatory powers away from the FED" Harry M. Markopolos on KWN National Hero For Exposing The $65 Billion Bernie Madoff Ponzi Scheme & Author of No One Would Listen- David Einhorn from Greenlight Capital wrote the foreword for Mr. Markopolos new book No One Would Listen and called Harry a hero for what he did. Harrys last interview was in May of 09 with King World News after I suggested he go into a media blackout. This true financial thriller does not disappoint and King World News listners will again be among the very first to hear Harry Markopolos as he breaks his media silence. Harry is a friend of mine and you will hear things in this interview that you simply will not hear in the mainstream media. In this interview Harry discusses the SECs failure, goes after the SEC for what he terms their incompetence, how he, his family and his teams lives were threatened, the fact that Bernie Madoff was a mob boss, Greenspans failure as Fed Chairman, he knew Madoff was a fraud, criminal banking syndicates, how ruthless Madoff was, the devastation and heartbreak in the wake of the fraud and much more. Harry Markopolos broke the Bernie Madoff $65 Billion Ponzi Scheme case wide open. His comments in this interview about the corruption in the United States at many levels inside the government and financial sector keep you on the edge of your seat. He is pictured above in Congressional testimony. Many networks picked up coverage of this dramatic testimony & televised it nationally. Currently a book, two documentaries & a ...
Elizabeth Warren Introduces the COP Special Report on Regulatory Reform The Congressional Oversight Panel released a report on January 29, 2009: Modernizing the American Financial Regulatory System. This is a Special Report on Regulatory Reform required under Section 125(b)(2) of Title I of the Emergency Economic Stabilization Act of 2008; Pub.L.-110-343.
Further Reaction - Regulatory Overhaul - Bloomberg Interview with Rep. Ron Paul (R) of Texas (Bloomberg News)
Ethical and Regulatory Issues in Stem Cell Research Bioethicist Baroness O'Neill of Bengarve discusses the regulation of stem cell research in the UK and elsewhere Series: "Science Futures" [11/1999] [Public Affairs] [Science] [Show ID: 9052]
FDA Regulatory Uncertainty Driving Jobs Overseas Rep. Pitts discusses how the long FDA approval process for medical devices is driving medical innovation to Europe and other foreign nations.
Proteomics of Gene Regulatory Complexes The Case Center for Proteomics and Bioinformatics presents the following symposium: Series: Understanding Protein Complexes, Networks and the Interactome Title: Proteomics of Gene Regulatory Complexes Speaker: Jeff Ranish, Ph.D. Faculty, Institute of Systems Biology Date: Monday, October 19, 2009 Session: Morning Session 1 Location: Wolstein Auditorium 1413
The Van Halen Theory of Regulatory Compliance - MSDS & Label The Van Halen Theory of Regulatory Compliance illustrates why it is important to get the small details right on your MSDS and consumer chemical product labels under CPSC, CCCR and EU regulations.
Impacts of Outstanding Regulatory Policy on the Biofuels Industry - 11 Question-and-answer session of Panel 1 conducted by Rep. Aaron Schock at the House Small Business Committee Subcommittee on Regulations and Healthcare hearing on Impacts of Outstanding Regulatory Policy on Small Biofuels Producers and Family Farmers on May 21, 2009
President-elect Obama names key regulatory appointments The President-elect introduced his picks to lead the SEC and the CFTC at a press conference December 18, 2008 in Chicago. www.change.gov
The Canada-US Regulatory Regime: Review, Reform, Recovery April 9, 2010 Panel I: Economic Impact of Canada-US Regulatory Arrangements - Canada United States Law Institute
More Perspective - Regulatory Overhaul - Bloomberg Interview with Sen. Richard Shelby (R) of Alabama, Ranking Republican on Senate Banking Committee (Bloomberg News)