Carmencita N. M. Whonder

Carmencita N. M. Whonder

Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck

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Johnson and Crapo Release Housing Finance Reform Proposal

Senate Banking Committee Chairman Tim Johnson (D-SD) and Ranking Member Mike Crapo (R-ID) recently released the highly anticipated text from their housing finance reform proposal. As expected, the 442-page proposal—officially...more

3/21/2014 - Housing Finance Reform Housing Market Legislative Agendas

2014 Washington Outlook

In this issue: - Overview - Tax Reform Outlook - Immigration Outlook - Health Care Outlook - Telecommunications Outlook - Energy Outlook - Financial Services Outlook -...more

2/3/2014 - Appropriations Bill Energy Reform Federal Budget Financial Regulatory Reform Healthcare Reform Immigration Reform Legislative Agendas Tax Reform Telecommunications

CFPB’s Private Student Loan Payment Report Serves as a Guide to Preemptively Revising Loan Payment Policies

The CFPB released its student loan ombudsman report analyzing complaints that the CFPB received from private student loan borrowers. In its second annual review of student loan practices, the CFPB reported that lenders make...more

1/24/2014 - CFPB Loan Servicer Student Loans Tuition

CFPB Continues to Take Action Against Consumer-related Entities, including Law Firms

In recent years, banks, mortgage companies and lenders have served as targets for the Consumer Finance Protection Bureau (CFPB). The bureau actively promulgated multiple rules, re-interpreted case law and revised regulations...more

1/14/2014 - CFPB Debt Collection Payday Loans

CFPB Offers Potential Benefits If You Turn Yourself In, But Make Sure You Understand Your Options

Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck’s past Client Alerts have warned that the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s reach touches virtually every company that has any interaction with consumers. A recent Bulletin issued by the...more

8/8/2013 - CFPB Cooperation Initiative Remediation Self-Reporting

CFPB Proposes Modifying Mortgage Rules

CFPB Proposes Modifying Mortgage Rules - On June 24, 2013, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) proposed seven separate “clarifications” and “narrow revisions” to certain mortgage rules it first issued in...more

7/26/2013 - CFPB Deadlines Mortgage Loan Originators Mortgages Proposed Regulation Real Estate Market

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