Tag Archives: Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

Recusal: and so it begins…

As justifiable anger has erupted over the GOP rush to confirm radically right wing and, in my view, intellectual and academic mediocrities to the federal courts, I started musing about recusal. I know that recusal is entirely a personal choice … Continue reading

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Class action versus arbitration? CFPB comes through big time

Source: Rule on Arbitration Would Restore Right to Sue Banks – The New York Times The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is proposing a rule that would limit clauses forcing customers to agree to arbitration instead of pursuing class-action suits. When … Continue reading

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