Posts from November 2020.

When President-elect Joe Biden takes office in January, it is safe to bet that addressing the pandemic-related financial pressures facing millions of Americans will be at the top of his agenda.  And in particular, the administration is expected to focus on consumer finance, which should give renewed energy and purpose to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, an agency the Trump administration all but grinded to a halt.

Pursuant to a recent Supreme Court ruling that gives the President the right to remove the head of the CFPB at will, President-elect Biden will be able to select a new ...

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