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By Ori Lev
Much has been written about Mick Mulvaney's statements about how the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau will no longer "push the envelope" when it comes to enforcement...
By Elizabeth Espín Stern
An article in Law360 outlines the key items addressed in the Trump administration's spring 2018 regulatory agenda, which was made available to the public in early May 2018.
By Elizabeth Espín Stern, Paul W. Virtue
Last week, US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) took another step in the overall DHS effort to reduce the rate of overstays with a focus on the student and exchange visitor populations.
By Joseph A. Lifsics
On April 23, 2018, the U.S. Department of Labor ("DOL") issued Field Assistance Bulletin No. 2018-01 (the "FAB"), which revisits two important topics relating to ERISA plan investments: ..
By Melanie Brody, James Williams
On May 8, 2018, the United States Department of Justice and KleinBank reached a settlement agreement resolving allegations that the bank engaged in mortgage lending discrimination by failing to adequately serve ...
By Stephanie B. Vasconcellos
In welcome news, the IRS reversed its course on the maximum annual health savings account contribution for a family with high deductible health coverage.
By Benjamin Beck
As rightly stated in the patent document, and contrary to common belief, Bitcoin is not an anonymous network.
By Kristie D. Kully, Christa Bieker, Elyse S. Moyer
On May 8, 2018, the House of Representatives used the Congressional Review Act to vote to repeal the CFPB's March 2013 bulletin addressing indirect auto lending and compliance with the Equal Credit Opportunity Act.
By Christopher Comstock, Thomas V. Panoff, Matthew Bisanz
On Monday, a federal district court judge in the District of Columbia issued an order dismissing a lawsuit brought by the CSBS regarding a proposal of the OCC to issue federal charters to certain Fintech firms.
By Lisa J. Pino
The Texas Attorney General, joined by six other states, filed suit against the federal government yesterday to terminate the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program on the basis that DACA derives from an executive overreach by President Obama in 2012.
By Holly Spencer Bunting
A creditor's inability to reset fee tolerances with a revised Closing Disclosure more than four business days before closing has been one of the more adverse unintended consequences...
By Reginald Goeke, Steven Kaplan, Lucia Nale, Matthew Waring
The US Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit's recent decision in Lusnak v. Bank of America, N.A.—holding that the National Bank Act did not preempt a California law requiring banks...
By Lisa J. Pino
On April 24, 2018, Judge John D. Bates of the Federal District Court for the District of Columbia ruled against the Trump Administration's "unlawful" rescission of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals ("DACA") program. Arguing that the decision to end DACA was "arbitrary
By Reginald Goeke, Steven Kaplan, Lucia Nale, Matthew Waring
OCC's brief argues that the court got the preemption issue in Lusnak wrong, for a number of reasons.
By David Burton
Below are soundbites from panelists at Infocast's Solar Power Finance & Investment Summit from March 19th to 22nd in Carlsbad, CA.
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