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Revised Military Lending Act Rules Impose New Compliance Obligations on a Wide Variety of Creditors

The Department of Defense (DOD) recently finalized amendments to its Military Lending Act (MLA) regulations that impose new compliance obligations on a wide variety of creditors, including issuers of credit cards and...more

Changes to Military Lending Act on the Horizon

The Department of Defense (DoD) recently published its Final Rule amending the Military Lending Act’s (MLA) implementing regulation. The MLA, passed by Congress in 2006, provides active duty service members and their...more

New York Limits Interest Rates on Loans to New York-based Military Personnel

Since 2005, banks have continued to provide certain military service members with loans that require payment of interest far beyond the 16% New York state cap under what has become known as the “Fort Drum Loophole.” The...more

Banking Industry Trade Groups Oppose Expansion Of MLA Covered Loans

On August 1, six banking industry trade groups submitted a joint comment letter relating to a proposal by the Department of Defense (DOD) to revise protections under the Military Lending Act (MLA), which apply to consumer...more

Special Alert: CFPB Enforcement Action Targets Marketing Of Auto Loans, Add-On Products To Servicemembers

Yesterday, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) announced enforcement actions against a national bank and its service provider related to alleged deceptive marketing of auto loans and add-on products to active-duty...more

Insolvency Legislative Update - February 2013

California enacted a number of pieces of legislation over the last year or so of great importance to insolvency professionals. These include bills impacting mortgage foreclosures, sales of tax-defaulted property, wage...more

Dismissal of Putative Class Action Lawsuit for Alleged Violations of the Servicemembers' Civil Relief Act

In a putative class action handled by Robert Maddox, Mike Pennington, and Keith Anderson, the Northern District of Alabama recently dismissed a lawsuit for alleged violations of the Servicemembers’ Civil Relief Act (“SCRA”)....more

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