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Court May Not Rule on CFPB Structure

February 17, 2017, The Wall Street Journal

Eric Mogilnicki is quoted by The Wall Street Journal in an article regarding the recent decision by the U.S. Court of Appeals ordering a rehearing of an earlier ruling that the CFPB’s single-director structure was unconstitutional. However, as Mogilnicki points out, the court may not even rule on the question of constitutionality: “The court could resolve the case by deciding only the [Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act] issues.”

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