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By Joseph Cioffi
For all the talk about Dreamers in the national immigration debate, a recent research paper positing the positive effect of erasing the nation's $1.3 trillion student debt burden has given the term new meaning.
By Gary Kibel
With only a few months to go before the European Union's General Data Protection Regulation becomes enforceable, the Interactive Advertising Bureau's Technology Laboratory (IAB Tech Lab) has published an advisory that seeks to explain how ad tech companies can comply with the new rules through a collaborative information sharing process.
By Joseph Cioffi
Wells Fargo is being put on a highly restrictive diet by the Federal Reserve and won't get any relief until its compliance and governance shape up. Under the terms of the Fed's Consent Order ...
By Gregg Brochin, Nicholas Joseph
So you've hired a nanny for your new child. The nanny passed the background check, references are solid and interactions with your child are splendid. Your job here is done, right?
By Ronald R. Urbach
Brand messaging shows up everywhere these days, from the screens in our pockets to the sides of sports stadiums.
By Joseph Cioffi
If the subprime auto loan asset-backed securities (ABS) market collapses, any post-mortem is likely to begin and end with the underlying auto market.
By Vejay Lalla, Joseph Lewczak
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has proposed to fine Sinclair Broadcast Group, Inc. (Sinclair) $13,376,200 because it apparently failed to make required disclosures regarding paid-for broadcast programming
By Joseph Cioffi
Litigation related to pre-financial crisis subprime mortgage lending and securitization has resulted in a decade-long hangover for many of those who participated in the boom times.
By Joseph Cioffi, H. Seiji Newman
Whether or not you believe in global warming, the recent frequency of severe climate-related events – from mudslides to bomb cyclone snowstorms...
By Daniel Feinstein, Judith Kong
On January 5, 2018, the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) announced that it would no longer be using the six-factor test it had adhered to since 2010 to determine whether interns are employees ...
By Joseph Cioffi
There is no doubt marketplace lending, by offering speed and flexibility not historically seen in traditional banking, has done its part to foster the "do it yourself" (DIY) era.
By Joseph Cioffi
2018 may be the beginning of the end of an education finance system that has resulted in overburdened students and families struggling to pay back loans that were too high at their inception...
By Marc Rachman, David Greenberg
Is a class action lawsuit appropriate when some class members have consented to the defendant's conduct, but have not given that consent in the manner the law requires?
By Allison Fitzpatrick, Gary Kibel
A Hong Kong-based electronic toy manufacturer and its U.S. subsidiary agreed to pay the FTC $650,000 to settle allegations that they violated the COPPA by collecting personal information from children...
By Richard Eisert, Gary Kibel
Two significant interest-based advertising (IBA) developments have recently come out of the Online Interest-Based Advertising Accountability Program (Accountability Program) ...
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