Separation of Powers Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

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D.C. federal court dismisses Morgan Drexen lawsuit against CFPB

A Washington, D.C. federal district court has dismissed the lawsuit filed by Morgan Drexen against the CFPB that alleged the Bureau’s structure was unconstitutional because it violated the Constitution’s separation of powers....more

A tale of two lawsuits: CFPB sues Morgan Drexen

Yesterday, the CFPB filed a lawsuit against Morgan Drexen, the company that on July 22 sued the CFPB claiming that the Bureau’s structure violates the Constitution’s separation of powers....more

New lawsuit challenging CFPB’s constitutionality filed

Constitutional challenges to the CFPB’s authority have not ended with Director Cordray’s confirmation last week as CFPB Director....more

Additional State AGs Join Challenge To Dodd-Frank Act Provisions

On February 13, the plaintiffs in a case challenging portions of the Dodd-Frank Act sought leave to file a second amended complaint to add as plaintiffs the state attorneys general (AGs) of Alabama, Georgia, Kansas, Montana,...more

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