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Washburn Law Journal Blog Posts From September 2018

Photograph: Joseph Schremmer. The Curious Policy Implications of In re SemCrude: Do Crude Oil Markets Need a Volcker Rule? by Joseph A. Schremmer | September 4, 2018
Considers the need to regulate high-risk trading in the downstream crude oil market following the Third Circuit’s decision in In re SemCrude, which cast serious doubt on the efficacy of nonuniform Article 9 and statutory lien provisions intended to secure payment for crude oil and gas sold by producers.

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