With a shift in administration amid financial turmoil, defenders see a busy future litigation day by day

Former Vice President Joe Biden, candidate for Democratic President, left, and Senator Kamala Harris, candidate for Democratic Vice President, wear protective masks while they speak on Thursday, August 20, during the Democratic National Convention in Wilmington, Delaware, United States, Holding hands in front of the Chase Center, 2020. Photographer: Stefani Reynolds / Bloomberg

A financial crisis coupled with a change in administration sounds like a good recipe for a stew of litigation and government enforcement actions. It worked out that way for the most part when Barack Obama took the White House after the mortgage collapse. Will the future government of Biden and the current pandemic business climate hold a similar trial festival?

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