NY Judge Seeks Canada's Help In CFPB Evidence Quest
By Evan Weinberger (August 14, 2017, 4:51 PM EDT) -- A federal judge in New York on Friday asked her Canadian counterparts to compel the Bank of Montreal and seven individuals to provide testimony in a Consumer Financial Protection Bureau case filed against a Canadian payday lender.
U.S. District Judge Colleen McMahon, the chief judge of the federal district court in Manhattan, said in an order filed Friday that BMO and the seven individual defendants, including employees of the payday lender and the bank, have not complied with document and deposition requests from the CFPB.
The information the CFPB is seeking regarding the operations of the payday lender, NDG Financial Corp.,...
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