Conservative lawyer's fight over Dodd-Frank is not new

For decades, ex-George H.W. Bush aide has resisted regulation, and now several state attorneys general—including Georgia's—have joined in

, The American Lawyer


Noted conservative lawyer C. Boyden Gray has been fighting against the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act almost from the moment it was enacted in July 2010. But his fight against the principles enshrined in the law goes back nearly two decades.

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