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What Makes a Contract?
Eric D. Mulligan - November 30, 2018
Implications of New York Starter Interrupt Device Law Remain Unclear
Thomas P. Quinn, Jr., and Nicole F. Munro - November 30, 2018
Voluntary Protection Product Refunds: The Buck Stops Where?
Catharine S. Andricos and L. Jean Noonan - November 30, 2018
Reports of the Bureau's Death Are Greatly Exaggerated
Eric L. Johnson - October 31, 2018
Dead Men Violate No Injunctions
Rebecca E. Kuehn & Nora R. Udell - October 31, 2018
Military Lending Act Compliance Continues to Plague Auto Finance Industry
Patricia E.M. Covington and Erica A.N. Kramer - October 31, 2018
Choice-of-law clauses in online loans with consumers
Justin B. Hosie and K. Dailey Wilson - October 15, 2018
Reflecting on De La Torre - The Sky Isn't Falling
Catherine M. Brennan and Hurshell Brown - September 27, 2018
Peer-to-Peer RV Renting Includes Host of Legal Issues
Thomas B. Hudson and Eric L. Johnson - September 20, 2018
Summer 2018: Federal and state developments in bank partnerships
Catherine M. Brennan and Nora R. Udell - September 19, 2018
BCFP Director - A Job Description
Michael A. Benoit - August 31, 2018
"Direct Drop" Voicemail Service Subject to TCPA
Michael A. Goodman - August 31, 2018
The Protecting Tenants at Foreclosure Act: Back to the Future
Christopher J. Capurso and Caleb Rosenberg - August 31, 2018
Freedom! and the Right to Complain
Thomas B. Hudson and Eric L. Johnson - July 23, 2018
The FDCPA After Henson v. Santander: The Evolving Principal Purpose Test
Nora R. Udell and Anastasia V. Caton - June 29, 2018
OCC Releases Military Lending Act Booklet
Erica A.N. Kramer - June 29, 2018
A Matter of Principal or Principle?
Eric L. Johnson - June 11, 2018
Seventh Circuit Reinstates Data Breach Lawsuit Against Barnes & Noble
Michael A. Goodman and Kavitha J. Subramanian - May 31, 2018
Back to the Basics
Thomas B. Hudson and Eric L. Johnson - May 16, 2018
Should the Pawn Industry Still Worry About a CFPB Under New Leadership?
Hurshell K. Brown and Andrea S. Cottrell - May 8, 2018
Treat Your Customers with Consideration
Thomas B. Hudson - April 30, 2018
Seattle's Fair Chance Housing Ordinance: A New Wave of Tenant Screening Regulation?
Jennifer L. Sarvadi and Webb McArthur - April 12, 2018
True Lender Developments: Litigation and State Regulatory Actions
Catherine M. Brennan, Kavitha J. Subramanian, and Nora R. Udell - April 12, 2018
Exploring the Standing Challenge in Data Breach Litigation
Michael A. Goodman and Kavitha J. Subramanian - March 28, 2018
Sixth Circuit Finds No Injury in FDCPA Mini-Miranda Case
Anastasia V. Caton - March 28, 2018
New Fintech Legislation: The Madden and True Lender Bills
Catherine Brennan & Latif Zaman - March 27, 2018
Virginia's AG Actively Pursuing "Predatory" Lenders
Catherine M. Brennan - February 26, 2018
CFPB Updates Prepaid Accounts Rule
Katie Hawkins - February 26, 2018
Arizona Proposes Fintech Sandbox
Wingrove S. Lynton - February 26, 2018
Online Lending Under Review in New York State
Latif Zaman - February 26, 2018
FTC Bags and Tags Auto Dealership Group Again
Eric L. Johnson - February 21, 2018
The TCPA Can Make Good Things Bad
Michael A. Goodman - February 21, 2018
The Fintech Approach to Bank Partnerships & National Charter
Catherine Brennan and Katherine Fisher - February 2, 2018
The CFPB's New Payday Rule
Catherine Brennan, Meghan Musselman, and Kavitha Subramanian - February 2, 2018
CFPB Notches CashCall "Win" with Significant Loss
Allen H. Denson - January 29, 2018
Rich Cordray's Legacy and the Future of the CFPB
Lucy E. Morris - January 29, 2018
Avoid Miscommunication to Stay Out of Court
Thomas B. Hudson and Eric L. Johnson - January 23, 2018
Who's Properly in Charge of the CFPB?
Erik Kosa - January 23, 2018

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