RT @confinservlaw: I'm attending Keynote Morning! https://t.co/lc9QzlM5Wd really engaging discussion of the 2020 election.
RT @confinservlaw: What do Elvis and Auto Finance have in common? Both are in Vegas this week. Excited to be attending AFSA’s Auto Finance…
CFPB Issues Semi-Annual Report to Congress https://t.co/IqT8mF0RRr
The Third Circuit has recently held in In re Denby-Peterson, 941 F.3d 115 (3rd Cir. 2019) that creditors who refuse to relinquish an… Read More
The CFPB’s 2020 Rulemaking Agenda provides a preview of the Bureau’s intended rulemaking activities for 2020. Here are the highlights of what we can… Read More
The CFPB has issued a Statement of Policy that seeks to “convey and foster greater certainty above the meaning of abusiveness” and provide… Read More
A First Circuit Bankruptcy Appellate Panel (the “Panel”) recently held that a mortgage company’s communications did not violate the discharge injunction when viewed… Read More
A debt collection agency did not violate § 1692g(b)’s 30-day validation period by sending two letters demanding payment and offering settlement terms during… Read More
A single missed call from a telemarketer constitutes a concrete injury that gives rise to standing, a federal district court in California has… Read More
For the first time in over a year, the CFPB has issued a Complaint Snapshot. A practice started by Cordray in 2015, the… Read More
Just four days after the U.S. Supreme Court heard oral arguments in Obduskey v. McCarthy & Holthus LLP regarding whether non-judicial foreclosures qualify… Read More
The U.S. is undergoing the longest government shutdown in the nation’s history, and it is taking a toll on the consumer’s economic welfare… Read More
In a case of first impressions, the Fifth Circuit has held that the CFPB’s Mortgage Servicing Rules only apply to servicers and do… Read More
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