In two recent communications, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau acting director is signaling that the Bureau will vigorously enforce against consumers harmed by short-term lenders that fail to underwrite loans based on the borrowers’ ability to repay them.
The Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals held earlier this week that the CDC is unlikely to prevail on the merits and therefore a ruling from the Western District of Tennessee holding that the federal eviction moratorium “is ultravires; and is unenforceable in the Western District of ...
The Seventh Circuit refused to revive a TCPA action against Regions Bank, ruling that the district court properly granted summary judgment in the bank’s favor.
The federal government has waded into a debate on the constitutionality of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act, an issue being litigated in the wake of the Barr v. American Association of Political Consultants decision by the Supreme Court last year.
A plaintiff could not get his Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) class action remanded to state court after a Pennsylvania federal court found he had standing to remain in federal court.
The COVID-driven prevalence of remote work arrangements and the expected widespread post-COVID continuation of this trend raise a major compliance issue for companies.
As of last Monday, L.A. County remains in Tier 2 of the State’s Blueprint.
CMS has approved California’s requests for a waiver of public notice requirements applicable to the SPA submission process and a waiver to modify the tribal consultation timeline applicable to the SPA submission process.
California expects to be allocating 2.5 million doses per week in the first half of April and more than 3 million doses per week in the second half of April. California currently receives 1.8 million doses per week.
As states and local jurisdictions begin the process of reopening in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, employers are facing some tough questions.