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The Consequences of the D.C. Circuit's CFPB Smackdown

October 11, 2016, The National Law Journal

Eric Mogilnicki is quoted in a National Law Journal article regarding the D.C. Circuit’s decision limiting the authority of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. According to Mogilnicki, “If the court had ruled that the decisions of the bureau have to be made by a commission, that would cast more doubt than this ruling, which makes clear that Director Cordray can be removed by this president or the next president.”

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