Navient Asks For Special Master In CFPB Discovery Row

Law360 (October 10, 2018, 8:15 PM EDT) -- Navient Corp. told a Pennsylvania federal judge on Wednesday that the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has been withholding documents in the agency's suit over the company's student loan servicing practices and ought to have a special master check over its work.

In an eight-page letter to U.S. District Judge Robert D. Mariani, Navient outlined its misgivings with the CFPB's disclosures during discovery, saying that the agency has failed to turn over "virtually any documents" and refused to provide a satisfactory privilege log. To that end, the company is requesting that Judge Mariani appoint a special master to conduct an in camera...

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