Financial Services Litigation To Watch In 2019

By Jon Hill (January 1, 2019, 12:03 PM EST) -- On the horizon for the financial services industry in the new year are cases that will turn up the heat on the debate over the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's constitutionality, test the legality of the much-vaunted fintech banking charter and potentially increase the number of lawsuits from homeowners fighting foreclosure.

Financial services attorneys interviewed by Law360 have identified an array of cases on the horizon that stand to shape the legal landscape for banks and their peers in 2019. Here are the ones that were most often singled out for their potential impact on the industry.  

Is the CFPB Constitutional?

Although the Consumer Financial Protection...

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