Items Tagged with 'CFPB leadership structure'

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  • CFPB declared unconstitutional, again

    Federal judge rules bureau violates Constitution
    For the second time in less than a year, a federal court has ruled that the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is not constitutionally structured. Earlier this week, U.S. District Judge Loretta Preska of the New York Southern District declared the CFPB to be unconstitutionally structured, as part of a ruling in a case involving a company that provides lump-sum payouts to those awaiting payment in a structured settlement.
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  • PHH gives up challenge to CFPB constitutionality

    Will not pursue case to Supreme Court
    The Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit’s stunning decision to reverse its earlier ruling and uphold the constitutionality of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau will stand as the law of the land after PHH Corp. elected not to pursue the case to the Supreme Court.
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  • Bipartisan push begins in Congress to change CFPB leadership to commission

    Not the first time for such an effort
    While some congressional Democrats and Republicans are fighting over who’s supposed to be serving as the director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau right now, a handful of their colleagues want to do away with the bureau’s single director structure altogether and replace it with a bipartisan commission.
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