Burr's Tom Potter Quoted in Wall Street Journal

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Burr & Forman Nashville-based Partner, Thomas K. Potter III, was recently quoted in the Wall Street Journal's article "CFTC Turns Toward Administrative Judges."

The article, written by Wall Street Journal reporter, Jean Eaglesham, discusses the move of the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) to direct some of its cases away from federal court trials and toward administrative judges, removing the need for an independent jury. Potter, an expert in the Securities Regulation field, weighs in.

To read the full article, WSJ subscribers can click here: WSJ ONLINE

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