Truth in Lending Act (TILA)

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Mortgage Servicer Enters in to $225 Million Consent Order with California DBO

On February 17, 2017, the California Department of Business Oversight (California DBO) announced that it had entered in to a $225 million consent order with a national mortgage servicer following an investigation by a...more

CFPB and Virginia AG settle claims against pawnbroker for alleged TILA/CFPA/VA law violations

The CFPB and the Virginia Attorney General announced that they had entered into a proposed consent order with  Woodbridge Coins and Jewelry Exchange, Inc., a Virginia-based pawnbroker, to settle a lawsuit filed in a Virginia...more

Inaccurate TILA Disclosures Not Enough to Create Standing

A district court from New York recently ruled that even assuming a creditor’s initial TILA disclosures fell short under the statutory requirements, the plaintiff must show an injury in fact in order to have standing under...more

Court Enforces CFPB Civil Investigative Demand Against Tribal Lending Entity; Rejects Argument that Tribal Sovereignty Precludes...

On January 20, 2017, in CFPB v. Great Plains Lending, a three-judge panel of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals upheld the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s civil investigative demands for documents from lending...more

Ninth Circuit Compels Tribal Lenders to Comply with CFPB Investigative Demand

On January 20, 2017, the Ninth Circuit affirmed a trial court ruling that ordered three tribal lending entities to comply with the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s (CFPB) civil investigative demands. The CFPB’s...more

The Last of Obama-Era CFPB Enforcement?

Making the most of its enforcement powers before the new administration takes over, and likely concerned that its days as a stand-alone bureau may be coming to an end, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) took...more

How Does The CFPB Actually Litigate?

At the risk of kicking the CFPB while it’s down, a question worth asking is: how does it actually litigate once a “covered person”[1] decides to resist? Setting aside the noteworthy PHH case, the vast majority of enforcement...more

CFPB issues final rule to adjust civil penalties for inflation

The CFPB has published a final rule to adjust for inflation the civil penalties within its jurisdiction. The adjustments are required by the Federal Civil Penalties Inflation Adjustment Act of 1990 which, pursuant to a 2015...more

CFPB Files Lawsuits Against Four Virginia Pawnbrokers for Misstating Loan Charges

On December 19, 2016, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) announced that it had filed actions against four separate Virginia-based pawnbrokers for alleged violations of the Truth in Lending Act (TILA) and Consumer...more

CFPB announces annual adjustments to HMDA/TILA asset-size exemption thresholds

The CFPB has announced annual adjustments to two asset-size exemption thresholds. First, the CFPB has made no change to the asset-size exemption threshold under HMDA/Regulation C which is currently set at $44 million. ...more

Consumer Financial Services Newsletter - December 2016

Seventh Circuit Dismisses Consumer's FACTA Case Pursuant to Spokeo - The Seventh Circuit remanded a Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act (FACTA) case, Jeremy Meyers v. Nicolet Restaurant of De Pere, LLC, instructing...more

CFPB sues four pawnbrokers for alleged TILA and CFPA violations

The CFPB announced that it has sued four Virginia-based pawnbrokers in lawsuits filed in a Virginia federal district court for alleged violations of the Truth in Lending Act and the Consumer Financial Protection Act in...more

CFPB settles with military financing company for alleged TILA/EFTA disclosure violations

The CFPB announced that it has entered into a consent order with Military Credit Services, LLC, a company providing revolving credit to military consumers, to settle allegations that the company’s open-end credit agreements...more

CFPB Enters Consent Order with Lender Over Defective Disclosures

On December 20, 2016, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) announced that it had entered into a consent order with a mid-Atlantic financing company over allegations that the company entered into revolving-credit...more

Financial Services Weekly News - December 2016 #2

Editor's Note - In This Issue. While we eagerly await its decision on interest rates, the Fed had a busy week, granting a Volcker Rule extension for illiquid funds, issuing a joint final rule with the FDIC and the OCC...more

Second Circuit Finds No Standing, Affirms Summary Judgment on TILA Claims

On November 23, 2016, the Second Circuit issued its opinion in Strubel v. Comenity Bank, a putative Truth in Lending Act (TILA) class action with both standing and substantive TILA implications. In Strubel, the plaintiff...more

Financial Services Report, Winter 2016

EDITOR’S NOTE - Hope you survived all of those awkward Thanksgiving holiday conversations— amazing how divided people are on whether the court got it right in the PHH case, isn’t it? So on we go into the holiday season,...more

CFPB amends commentary on adjustments to exemption thresholds; makes no changes to 2017 thresholds

The CFPB has adopted changes to its Reg Z commentary to memorialize the calculation methods used each year to adjust the thresholds for exempt consumer credit transactions and for transactions exempt from the special...more

Receiver for payday lenders sued by CFPB files malpractice lawsuit

The court-appointed receiver for a group of interrelated companies sued by the CFPB in September 2014 for engaging in allegedly unlawful online payday lending activities has filed a malpractice lawsuit against the law firm...more

FTC continues vigorous use of enforcement authority

As observers ponder the CFPB’s future in a Trump Administration, the Federal Trade Commission’s continuing role as an enforcer of federal consumer financial protection laws should not be overlooked. Over the approximately...more

CFPB Files Suit Against Pawnbroker for TILA Violations

On November 3, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) announced that it filed suit against a Virginia pawnbroker, alleging that the pawnbroker violated the Truth in Lending Act (TILA) and Consumer Financial...more

CFPB files lawsuit against pawnbroker for alleged TILA and CFPA violations

The CFPB announced that it filed a lawsuit in a Virginia federal district court against B&B Pawnbrokers, Inc., for alleged violations of the Truth in Lending Act and the Consumer Financial Protection Act in connection with...more

Think Twice Before Making Payroll Advances to Employees

It can be difficult to turn down an employee who asks for an advance on their earnings. However, there are lots of reasons for companies to think twice before making payroll advances to employees....more

What the PHH decision means for the CFPB’s UDAAP authority

In addition to its implications for CFPB rulemaking, the D.C. Circuit’s decision in PHH Corporation v. CFPB has significant implications for the CFPB’s authority to enforce federal consumer financial protection laws as well...more

FTC Obtains $1.3 Billion Judgment Against Individual Who Operated Payday Lenders

The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has obtained a $1.3 billion judgment against the individual operator of several payday lenders and related servicing and marketing companies in a lawsuit filed in a Nevada federal district...more

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