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Siding with CFPB

A district judge in Pennsylvania has made an important ruling in favor of government organizations that reside outside of the normal annual appropriations process. See what precedent was avoided in the ruling.

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Ocwen May Gain a New Ally

In the midst of struggle between Ocwen Financial Corp and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, a Florida Judge has stated that The Department of Justice may shine some light on the case. The question now is whose side will the Department take?

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Committed to Consumer Protection

Amidst a serious push by Republicans in Congress to restructure—or even dismantle the CFPB, Pennsylvania recently joins other states that have taken steps to double down on consumer finance laws to protect citizens from financial scams. Attorney General Josh Shapiro ...

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One Rule—Two Outlooks

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s recent arbitration rule might be in trouble, according to a recent press release by the U.S. Senate Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs. Take a look at what Senators are saying about the rule and what they’re doing to overturn it.

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CFPB Names Advisory Board Members

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The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau recently announced a new group of advisory board members, including one member of the servicing community. Will he bring a much-needed voice to the CFPB, or will the bureau remain static in its regulations?

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The TRID Picture Becomes Clearer

It seems the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau may have finally offered clarity on its 2015 TILA-RESPA Integrated Disclosure Rule—or TRID—today, with the release of “finalized updates” this morning. But is this really the end for the Know Before You Owe confusion? Considering there’s yet another proposal in the works, likely not.

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