Blog Posts July 8, 2019

Will the CFPB find its Voice on “Abusiveness”?

On June 25, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (“CFPB” or the “Bureau”) kicked off its symposia series with a panel discussion of whether the Bureau should use its rulemaking authority to further define “abusive acts or practices.”  The Dodd-Frank Act added a prohibition on abusive acts and practices to the established prohibition on unfair acts and […]

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