A U.S. District Court judge today invalidated a portion of the National Credit Union Administration’s field of membership rule that further expanded the already loose fields of membership from which federal credit unions can draw their customers.
In 2017, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau suffered several setbacks in court, but each time, the agency bobbed back up and refused to temper its enforcement strategy.
A panel of federal judges today vacated the Department of Labor’s fiduciary rule in its entirety, overturning a lower court ruling.
A federal judge in Washington, D.C., today held oral arguments in ABA’s lawsuit challenging the National Credit Union Administration’s expansive field of membership rule.
A federal judge in Missouri yesterday dismissed a lawsuit brought by two mutual bank depositors seeking a windfall payout of their bank’s accumulated capital when it merged into another institution.
Breaking down the wide-reaching implications of Europe’s new data privacy regulation.
The House today approved two bipartisan regulatory reform bills backed by ABA as part of its Blueprint for Growth.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau will remove day-to-day oversight and enforcement authority from its Office of Fair Lending and Equal Opportunity, according to reports today.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau today issued a request for information seeking feedback from the public on administrative adjudications for contested matters that were not resolved by consent order.
A federal appeals court today upheld the constitutionality of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s leadership structure — a single powerful director who can be removed by the president only “for cause,” not at will — reversing a three-judge panel’s decision in 2016.