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Practice Implications of July CFPB Arbitration Rule, Other Arbitration Developments (updated)
On July 10, the CFPB issued its long-awaited final rule allowing class actions to proceed in court despite arbitration requirements. This article examines the new rule’s practice implications, outlines other arbitration developments, and provides a thumbnail guide to arbitration issues.
As described in this article, two dramatic changes to consumer credit reporting become effective this summer, scaling back reporting of tax liens, civil judgments, and medical debt. The result will be improved accuracy and higher credit scores for millions of consumers.
With the phasing out of HAMP, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac have created a new home loan modification program that is now in effect, as detailed in this article.
This article examines the FDCPA implications of the Supreme Court’s May 15 decision in Midland Funding LLC v. Johnson that a collector filing a bankruptcy proof of claim on a time-barred debt is not an FDCPA violation.
Federal Deception Law's new edition includes major changes to TCPA challenges to robocalls and the latest on CFPB and FTC rules, RICO, debt relief scams, telemarketing, and more. Now available in print and online; print subscribers will receive their free copy in late May.
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