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In Long-Awaited Decision, D.C. Circuit Reverses CFPB Enforcement Ruling And Finds CFPB Structure Unconstitutional In Part
The court found the CFPB's structure unconstitutional in insulating the Director from removal by the President, rejected several of the Bureau's interpretations of RESPA...
United States
4 Nov 2016
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Massachusetts Division Of Banks Issues Warning Letter To Debt Collectors
The Massachusetts Division of Banks issued a warning letter to remind licensed debt collectors that it is illegal to collect on small loans made in violation of Massachusetts’ small loan law.
United States
17 Apr 2013
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Sixth Circuit Upholds Dismissal Of Suit To Set Aside Foreclosure Sale
The United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit affirmed a lower court’s decision dismissing plaintiff’s action to set aside a foreclosure sale based on alleged violations of the non-judicial foreclosure process in Michigan.
United States
17 Apr 2013
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Seventh Circuit Permits Discharge of Student Loan in Bankruptcy Proceeding
The United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit ruled that a borrower can discharge her student loans under the bankruptcy code.
United States
17 Apr 2013
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GAO Releases Report On Independent Foreclosure Review
The GAO released a report on Independent Foreclosure Review, an evaluation of the foreclosure practice of several mortgage servicers required by the consent orders entered into with the OCC and FRB in 2011.
United States
17 Apr 2013
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FTC Warns About Potential Violations Of FCRA
The FTC issued warning letters to the operators of six websites that provide landlords with tenant rental history reports.
United States
17 Apr 2013
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CFPB Issues Final Policy On Disclosure Of Consumer Complaint Data
The CFPB issued a final policy statement providing guidance on how it plans to publicly disclose certain consumer complaint data.
United States
17 Apr 2013
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CFPB Renews Request For Public Comment On Information Collection
The CFPB is soliciting comments on an existing information collection initiative, titled, Report of Terms and Credit Card Plans.
United States
17 Apr 2013
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CFPB Issues Proposal To Clarify Escrow Rule (Consumer Financial Services Alert - April 16, 2013)
The CFPB issued a proposal to clarify and make technical amendments to the escrow rule it finalized in January.
United States
17 Apr 2013
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FRB Imposes Civil Money Penalties For Failure To Properly Supervise Subsidiary’s Mortgage Servicing And Foreclosure Operations
The FRB issued monetary sanctions against a bank-holding company for its failure to adequately oversee its subsidiary bank’s mortgage loan servicing and foreclosure processing operations.
United States
6 Sep 2012
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FTC Imposes Fine Against Employment Screening Company For FCRA Violations
The FTC announced it has entered into a stipulated final judgment and order with a consumer reporting agency.
United States
6 Sep 2012
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FDIC Imposes Civil Money Penalties For FTC Violations Arising From Student Debit Cards
The FDIC announced settlements with a bank and its institution-affiliated party for alleged unsafe or unsound banking practices.
United States
6 Sep 2012
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CFPB Issues Student Loan Advisory On School-Endorsed Debit Cards
The CFPB issued a consumer advisory to all students regarding the use of school-endorsed debit cards for the receipt of scholarship and student loan proceeds.
United States
5 Sep 2012
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OCC Proposes Guidance on Deposit-Related Consumer Credit Products
The OCC proposed guidance on deposit-related consumer credit products including automated overdraft protection and direct deposit advance programs.
United States
20 Jun 2011
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FFIEC Issues Proposed Guidance On Reverse Mortgage Products
The FFIEC released proposed guidance on reverse mortgage products for comment. The guidance covers the compliance and reputation risks raised by reverse mortgage lending.
United States
 
4 Jan 2010
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Recent Changes Made to Required Background Check Disclosures to Applicants and Employees
The federal Fair Credit Reporting Act ("the Act") requires employers to obtain the prior written consent of applicants or employees whose credit reports are sought or who are subject to background checks for an employment purpose – including hiring decisions and evaluations of employees for promotion, reassignment or retention.
United States
 
17 May 2005
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