By Evan Weinberger (April 11, 2016, 8:25 PM EDT) -- A battle over the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's interpretation of mortgage regulations in assessing a $109 million penalty against a New Jersey-based mortgage firm has morphed into a fight over the authority vested in the bureau's director that could reshape the consumer finance watchdog, experts say.
The appeal from PHH Corp. to the D.C. Circuit originally centered on CFPB Director Richard Cordray's decision to dramatically hike a $6 million mortgage insurance kickback penalty issued by an administrative law judge against a company subsidiary, to the final, $109 million figure. But the judges hearing the case warned the bureau to prepare to...
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