CFPB Remains Strong Despite DC Circ. Single-Director Ruling
Law360, New York (October 11, 2016, 10:38 PM EDT) -- A blockbuster D.C. Circuit ruling Tuesday declaring the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's single-director leadership structure unconstitutional is unlikely to have a major effect on the bureau's day-to-day operations and may make it easier for the agency to fend off critics who claim it lacks accountability, experts say.
The 110-page ruling from a split three-judge panel not only decried the leadership structure that Congress gave the CFPB in the 2010 Dodd-Frank Act, but made a change that allows the president to dismiss the bureau's director at will, in a case that saw a $109 million judgment against PHH Corp. overturned. That move should provide...
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