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By David Long, Jr., Ashley L. Taylor
On August 25, the United States District Court for the Northern District of Georgia struck four counts of a complaint filed by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau because it failed to abide by the Court's discovery order.
By Ross Andre, David Anthony, Ronald Raether Jr.
In January 2013, a teenager in Australia posted a photo online showing that his "footlong" Subway sandwich was in fact only 11 inches, setting off a viral storm of consumers discovering their "footlong" sandwiches were similarly not as large as advertised.
By Julie Hoffmeister, David Anthony
Two recent decisions from the Southern District of New York and the District of New Jersey have expressly disagreed about a credit repair company's dispute of a debt on behalf of a consumer in two Fair Debt Collection Practices Act cases.
By Troutman Sanders Tobacco Practice
With all the recent litigation, legislative efforts, and controversy centered around the U.S. Food and Drug Administration's Deeming Rule, perhaps there is now a more direct opportunity for stakeholders...
By Troutman Sanders
The 5th Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals reversed several key aspects of a PHMSA Final Order in a recent opinion issued on August 14, 2017.
By Reiss Wilks, David Anthony, Ethan Ostroff, James Trefil
On August 9, the Northern District of Illinois granted summary judgment to a debt collector who included 1099-C language in its collection letter.
By Brooke Conkle, Cindy Hanson
On August 17, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau filed a complaint and proposed settlement against Aequitas Capital Management, Inc. and its related entities, alleging that the loan...
By Reiss Wilks, David Anthony
On August 2, a Federal Court in Oregon entered summary judgment in favor of a collection agency, ruling that a debt collector must disclose to the consumer that interest accrues...
By Ethan Ostroff, Megan Burns, Elizabeth Flowers
Financial professionals often recommend a reverse mortgage loan as a way to delay claiming Social Security benefits.
By Timothy Butler, Ethan Ostroff, Stephen Piepgrass
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau recently released its Summer 2017 Supervisory Highlights, which summarizes the agency's supervisory activities during the first half of this year.
By Stephen Piepgrass
The Federal Trade Commission settled its first-ever action against individual social media influencers for failing to disclose connections to brands the influencers endorsed.
By Troutman Sanders Tobacco Practice
Decisions remain pending on the adequacy of the FDA's defense in two cases challenging the Deeming Regulations.
By Troutman Sanders
In the wake of Hurricane Irma, PHMSA issued a press release regarding hurricane preparedness and response.
By Meghan Mandel, Jasmine C. Hites
On September 7, 2017, FERC rejected, without prejudice, Midcontinent Independent System Operator, Inc.'s ("MISO") proposed tariff revisions regarding its generator interconnection process.
By Thomas S. DeVita, Christopher Zentz
On September 1, 2017, FERC rejected without prejudice the California Independent System Operator Corporation's ("CAISO") April 18...
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