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Bill helps clients in the banking, food service, healthcare and industrial sectors effectively and efficiently solve their most complex legal problems, including government enforcement actions and related internal investigations, compliance and regulatory issues, class actions and commercial litigation.

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) has a new target: overdraft fees. In a December 1 press call, CFPB Director Rohit Chopra targeted the use of overdraft fees in the consumer banking industry, claiming that some banks are “hooked on exploitative junk fees that can quickly drain a family’s bank account.” The CFPB, he said,

Wednesday, December 8 • 2:30 – 3:30 p.m. ET

Join us on Wednesday, December 8 as a panel of Troutman Pepper class-action litigators examine recent developments in class-action litigation and provide insights on what the future holds. The panel will dive into the major decisions rendered this year and explore ways for class-action practitioners and

Join us on Tuesday, April 27 as a panel of Troutman Pepper class action litigators examine recent developments in class action litigation in 2021 and provide insights on what the future holds. The panel will dive into the major decisions that were rendered this past year and explore ways for class action practitioners and in-house

September 29, 2020
2pm – 3pm ET

Join us on Tuesday, September 29th as a panel of Troutman Pepper class action litigators examine recent developments in class action litigation in 2020 and provide insights on what the future holds. The panel will dive into the major decisions that were rendered this past year, and explore

The Supreme Court ruled yesterday that the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) can carry on, despite its unconstitutional leadership structure. The ruling gives the President the freedom to replace a CFPB Director at will. In a 5-4 decision, the Court held that the CFPB’s leadership by a single director removable only for cause was an

Overview

Earlier this week, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau issued an interpretive rule intended to “make it easier for consumers with urgent financial needs to obtain access to mortgage credit more quickly in the middle of the [coronavirus] COVID-19 pandemic.” The rule clarifies how the right of consumers to waive certain protections provided in the

On Friday, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) published a supplement to its Spring 2019 notice of proposed rulemaking on third-party debt collection. The proposed supplemental rule addresses the collection of time-barred debt, which is debt that has run past any applicable statute of limitations.

Specifically, the proposed supplemental rule requires debt collectors to make