How CFPB Plans To Regulate Certain Cellphone Carriers

Law360, New York (November 30, 2016, 5:30 PM EST) -- Brian T. Casey

Aaron J. Igdalsky Tucked away in the proposed arbitration rule of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau[1] is the addition of a new consumer financial product and service deemed to be within the purview of the CFPB. The arbitration rule, which would prohibit the inclusion of class action waivers in arbitration provisions for consumer products regulated by the CFPB, was subject to a comment period that ended several months ago but has still not been published as a final rule. Under the arbitration rule, mobile phone carriers that engage in third-party billing services will soon be considered to be...

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