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DOJ Reverses Position on CFPB Structure in Amicus Brief

In an amicus brief filed in the case of PHH Mortgage v. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau on Friday, the Department of Justice reversed its position on the constitutionality of the CFPB’s structure, asserting that the Bureau’s structure with a single director removable only “for cause” should be invalidated.

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A Teacher Turned Banker

ABA’s 2016–17 Government Relations Council chairman, Stan Jenks, wants banker-customer encounters to be ‘teachable moments.’

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