Jones Walker provides a comprehensive range of legal services and serves a broad spectrum of local, regional, national, and international business interests. With more than 375 attorneys, our offices are located in Alabama, Arizona, California, the District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, New York, Ohio, and Texas.
We are committed to providing excellent and proactive legal services to major multinational, public, and private corporations; Fortune 500 companies; money center banks and worldwide insurers; and family and emerging businesses doing business in the United States and abroad. Our attorneys practice law with high levels of creativity and innovation, and deliver quality legal representation without sacrificing personalized client service. By understanding our clients' businesses and building strong, personal relationships with clients, Jones Walker creates a productive partnership that focuses on achieving optimal results efficiently.
Our attorneys are recognized for superior client service, excellence in law, and for contributing to their communities. Many journals and publications feature articles written by our attorneys, who are often featured as speakers for professional, trade, and business seminars, and serve as instructors for law school courses. We are committed to improving our communities by dedicating time, talent, and financial resources to a variety of civic, charitable, and professional organizations.
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Use of Consultants in Enforcement Actions
Katharine F. Musso, November 28, 2013
The OCC issued guidance on November 12, 2013, titled, "Use and Review of Independent Consultant in Enforcement Actions." The OCC notes that it requires banks to engage independent consultants to address two types of deficiencies highlighted in enforcement actions: (1) operational and...
Federal Regulators Issue Joint-Policy on Minority and Women Diversity Practices
Neal C. Wise, November 19, 2013
On October 23, 2013, six federal financial regulatory agencies, including the Federal Reserve, FDIC, OCC, and CFPB, proposed standards for assessing diversity policies and practices at the institutions they regulate. Under Section 342 of Dodd-Frank, each of the agencies developed an Office of...