Small Business Regulatory Enforcement Fairness Act

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Trade groups urge CFPB to solicit public comments on arbitration study

Five leading financial services industry trade groups have sent a letter to the CFPB urging it to solicit public comments on the final results of its arbitration study before deciding whether to initiate a rulemaking...more

Spring Regulatory Agenda Sets Forth New Deadlines, Proposals

In keeping with past practice, federal agencies released their spring regulatory agendas on the eve of a holiday weekend. These semiannual reports list all of the federal agency regulations currently under development or...more

Report from SBREFA Panel on Payday, Title and Installment Loans

Wednesday, I had the opportunity to participate as an advisor to a small entity representative (“SER”) at the small business review panel on payday, title and installment loans. The meeting was held in the Treasury Building’s...more

CFPB speaks (again) at PLI’s Annual Consumer Financial Services Institute

Key members of the CFPB’s enforcement, regulatory and supervision offices spoke yesterday at PLI’s 20th Annual Consumer Financial Services Institute in Chicago. As was the case during the New York City version which took...more

CFPB Proposes New Rules for Payday Loans

On March 26, 2015, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (the Bureau) proposed new regulations on short-term loans, commonly known as "payday loans," which are typically issued by non-depository institutions. The Bureau...more

CFPB Proposals for Small-Dollar Loans: An Attempt to Kill an Industry?

On March 26, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB or Bureau) announced several proposals to regulate short-term and longer-term consumer loans. According to the Bureau, the proposals will likely have the effect of...more

Special Alert: CFPB Releases Outline Of Proposed Rule For Payday, Vehicle Title, And Similar Loans

On March 26, the CFPB announced that it is considering proposing a rule to “end payday debt traps” and released several related documents, including a fact sheet and an outline of the proposal that will be presented to a...more

Payday loan rulemaking prediction: CFPB will issue proposal this summer

Isaac Boltansky of Compass Point has issued an estimated timeline for the CFPB’s payday loan rulemaking that includes a July 2015 expected date for the CFPB’s release of a proposed rule. Mr. Boltansky estimates that the CFPB...more

OIG to issue report on presence of CFPB enforcement attorneys in exams by October 31

In its Semiannual Report to Congress for the six month period ending March 31, 2013, the Federal Reserve Board’s Office of the Inspector General (OIG) indicates that, during the next semiannual reporting period (which ends...more

OSHA Finally Publishes Regulatory Agenda

On December 21, 2012, the full semiannual regulatory agenda for federal agencies was published. This regulatory agenda provides a complete list of all regulatory actions that are under active consideration for promulgation,...more

OSHA Releases Regulatory Agenda And Projects That Final Action Will Be Taken On 10 Regulations In 2013

The federal government, including agencies such as OSHA, are required to give notice of significant regulatory activity by publishing a "semi-annual" regulatory agenda that outlines the status of on-going and planned...more

CFPB Small Business Panels: What a Change in ‘Size Standards’ Could Mean

The Dodd-Frank Consumer Financial Protection Act gave the new Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) the honor of being one of only three agencies subject to a statute that is aimed at providing extra protection for...more

CFPB Previews Mortgage Servicing Rules

On April 9, the CFPB previewed its upcoming mortgage servicing rules, which likely will be proposed this summer and finalized in January 2013. The key aspects of the proposal relate broadly to (i) monthly mortgage statements,...more

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