CFPB wins a round in court — threat to consumer bureau’s director, structural changes on hold for now

February 16, 2017 Bob Sullivan 0

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau won a significant legal victory Thursday when an appeals court agreed to re-hear the case that threatened to fundamentally change the agency’s structure and imperiled its leader, Richard Cordray. A Washington D.C. circuit court of appeals ruled last fall that the bureau’s structure was unconstitutional.  It found […]

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