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CFPB Issues Semi-Annual Report to Congress https://t.co/IqT8mF0RRr
Professional plaintiffs may need to reconsider their business strategy in the wake of the Supreme Court’s decision in Spokeo, Inc. v. Robins, 136… Read More
The CFPB and the Department of Justice have partnered together to enter into a proposed consent order with BancorpSouth Bank regarding allegations the… Read More
The CFPB remains dissatisfied with the advancements the mortgage industry has achieved in the wake of the regulatory upheaval, as evidenced in the… Read More
Cases in the past year or two have made it harder and more time consuming to secure judgments on deficiencies. Given that deficiency… Read More
Recent FTC consent orders, as well as the CFPB’s continued focus on credit reporting, serve as good reminders for collection agencies and creditors… Read More
The Eleventh Circuit has made it clear: it will not back down from its decision in Crawford v. LVNV Funding, a decision it… Read More
The CFPB issued its monthly report on consumer complaints, providing a high-level snapshot of recent trends in consumer complaints. The Report summarizes the… Read More
In May, the CFPB issued its much anticipated and much dreaded proposed arbitration rules. Quoting from the proposal, the CFPB recommends “rules that… Read More
The Supreme Court unanimously reversed the Sixth Circuit in Sheriff v. Gillie, Docket No. 15-338, holding that letters sent on the Ohio Attorney… Read More
As a general rule, a principal may only be held vicariously liable for the acts of its agent where it had actual control… Read More
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