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Dodd-Frank Banking

Court Finds Agreement to Arbitrate in Home Mortgage Invalid

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Banking, Consumer Protection, Litigation The United States District Court For The Southern District Of Mississippi, Southern Division, recently found an agreement to arbitrate in a home mortgage was invalid in Richards v. Gibson. The court cited 15 U.S.C. § 1639c(e) which was enacted by the Dodd-Frank Act.  That statute provides: No residential mortgage loan . . . secured by […] Read more →

by   |   February 2, 2015

CFPB Speaks to Disclosure of its Confidential Supervisory Information

Banking, Consumer Protection The CFPB issued a compliance bulletin setting forth its views that, with limited exceptions, persons in possession of confidential information, including confidential supervisory... Read more →

by   |   January 29, 2015

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Interchange Fee Battle Comes to an End

Banking The United States Supreme Court has denied a petition for a writ of certiorari in NACS, fka National Association of Convenience Stores, et al., v. Board of Governors of the... Read more →

by   |   January 21, 2015


New Legislation Exempts Swap End Users From Margin Requirements

Banking, Derivatives The House and Senate have passed legislation which provides that swap end-users do not have to provide initial and variation margin for uncleared swaps as previously required by... Read more →

by   |   January 9, 2015