Conn. High Court Loosens Debt Negotiation Restrictions

By Joe Van Acker (September 9, 2015, 3:06 PM EDT) -- Connecticut statutes granting the state's banking commissioner the authority to regulate law firms acting as debt negotiators are unconstitutional because they intrude on the judicial branch's exclusive authority, the state's Supreme Court said in an opinion due to be published later this month....

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