Navient Takes New Tack To Shave Pa. AG's Student Loan Suit

Law360 (September 21, 2020, 6:14 PM EDT) -- Student loan servicer Navient Corp. challenged the federal Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's delegation of enforcement power to Pennsylvania's attorney general late Friday, taking a new tack in its district court battle with the commonwealth after losing a related Third Circuit appeal.

In a motion for summary judgment in Pennsylvania federal court, Navient sought dismissal of six of nine counts in the consumer action, originally filed in October 2017, and partial dismissal of a seventh. The claims range from deceptive lending and disclosure failures to misrepresenting or withholding information about requirements for loan forbearance and repayment alternatives.

Five of the counts, Navient...

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