The issue of the CFPB’s constitutionality reemerged last week in court and Congress.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) recently launched public access to its Consumer Complaint Database (Database), which is the nation’s largest public collection of consumer financial complaints.
Monday Morning Regulatory Review: WOTUS Litigation Joined; CFPB Recess Appointment Challenge Revived; Contraceptive Insurance Exception & Immigration Executive Action Regulation
Litigation dominated regulatory practice last week.
The CFPB has announced a proposed settlement with Student Financial Aid Services, Inc. (SFAS) to resolve charges that the company engaged in unlawful sales and billing practices in connection with offering fee-based financial aid assistance and preparation services to consumers.
We reported earlier this week that the CFPB had recently posted a job opening for an administrative law judge (ALJ) and that the government jobs website indicated that the position was closed.
On July 14, a federal judge in Atlanta denied Frederick J. Hanna & Associates’ motion to dismiss in Consumer Financial Protection Bureau v. Frederick J. Hanna & Associates PC, which the CFPB filed against the law firm arising out of alleged violations of the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act and Consumer Financial Protection Act.
Last week, the CFPB launched a new series of monthly reports to “highlight key trends from consumer complaints submitted to the Bureau.”
In previous blog postings, we discussed an informal announcement from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) of its intent to delay the effective date of the new integrated mortgage disclosure rule under Truth In Lending Act and the Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act (commonly referred to as the TILA-RESPA Integrated Disclosure rule or TRID rule) and a proposed amendment released by the CFPB to delay the effective date of the TRID rule.
On March 3, 2015, the World Bank Group announced the creation of an External Advisory Panel (Panel) for Diversity & Inclusion.