New Legislation Prevents Privilege Waiver When Providing Information To CFPB

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A new bill has been signed into law which prevents a waiver of attorney-client privilege when a regulated entity submits information to the CFPB.  Unlike most Federal legislation, it’s less than one page long.  We would analyze it further, but a blog post that is longer than the related legislation would be unseemly.

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Topics:  Attorney-Client Privilege, CFPB, Waivers

Published In: Administrative Agency Updates, Civil Procedure Updates, General Business Updates, Consumer Protection Updates, Finance & Banking Updates

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