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How Appealing: OCC Ombudsman Shuts Down Appeal of Fair Lending Referral

USA - January 10 2019 Possibly hinting toward a revival of fair lending enforcement following a recent lull, the OCC’s Ombudsman recently declined a bank’s appeal of the...

James K. Williams.


Bureau Proposes Improvements to Its No-Action Letter Process and a New Product Sandbox

USA - December 21 2018 Innovative companies face stiff challenges when trying to comply with moribund US consumer protection rules that have not kept pace with technological...

David L. Beam, Joy Tsai, Alex C. Lakatos.


Consumer Groups Sue Connecticut Bank for Allegedly Redlining

USA - October 16 2018 Federal redlining enforcement has waned in recent years, but redlining risk has not disappeared. On October 4, two consumer advocacy groups, the...

Daniel Pearson.


Enforcement of Controversial Connecticut Law Targeting Motor Vehicle Sales Finance Companies on Hold for Now

USA - October 15 2018 To the relief of motor vehicle sales finance companies active in Connecticut, Connecticut Banking Commissioner Jorge L. Perez recently issued a...


New York Reins in the Use of Automobile Kill Switches

USA - October 9 2018 On October 2, 2018, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo signed into law legislation limiting the use of remote disabling devices by automobile lenders. New...