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July 28, 2016, Covington Alert
Today, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (“CFPB”) issued its outline of proposals under consideration for a debt collection rulemaking that would govern third-party debt collection activities of debt collection agencies, debt buyers, collection law firms, and loan servicers. Release of this outline of proposals signals the start of the Small Business Regulatory Enforcement Fairness Act (“SBREFA”) process. Under the SBREFA process, the CFPB must hold a Small Business Review Panel to discuss this outline of proposals and consider the potential impacts on small business entities before issuing a proposed rule. In other contexts, such as the CFPB’s proposed payday and small dollar lending rule, more than one year elapsed between the Small Business Review Panel and the issuance of a proposed rule.
February 3, 2017, Covington Alert
Throughout his campaign, President Donald Trump promised to curtail financial regulations, particularly those promulgated under the Dodd-Frank Act. President Trump argued frequently that the regulations issued under the act have proven overly burdensome and, among other things, limited job growth. This afternoon, the President took his first formal step in ...
December 6, 2016, Covington Alert
Without much fanfare, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (the “Bureau,” or “CFPB”) recently released its Fall Unified Regulatory Agenda (“URA”), which describes the Bureau’s regulatory priorities for the next six months. The URA outlines fairly ambitious plans for the coming months, including final action on the controversial arbitration rule and the ...
October 11, 2016, Covington Alert
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit today released its long-awaited decision in PHH Corp., et al. v. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, No. 15-1177 (D.C. Cir., Oct. 11, 2016). The 110-page decision, which includes a concurrence and a concurrence in part and dissent in part, represents a significant blow to the CFPB.