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CFPB Finds Support for Arbitration Clause Ban

Earlier in August, 65 House Democrats wrote a letter to the CFPB urging them to pass their proposal to ban the use of arbitration clauses in business contracts. Now several state attorneys general are behind the proposal.

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CFPB Unveils Updated Servicing Rules

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) is scheduled to host the Industry & Servicer Training Update at the Five Star Conference & Expo on September 12, 2016 and will be the first time that the Bureau will give an in-depth, in-person training since the promulgation of the new servicing rules on Thursday.

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New Post-HAMP Relief Solutions Proposed

CFPB has proposed a set of consumer protection principles to guide mortgage servicers, investors, government housing agencies, and policymakers as they develop new foreclosure relief solutions.

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CFPB: A Look Back at Five Years

On the fifth birthday of The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, a reflection on the work they have accomplished as well as controversy surrounding the Bureau is important as the CFPB progresses forward into a new year.

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