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Pa. Dealer Agrees to Pay $2.1 Million to End Prosecution Into Bank Fraud

Pa. Dealer Agrees to Pay $2.1 Million to End Prosecution Into Bank Fraud

According to the U.S. Attorney’s Office, Hallman Chevrolet falsified loan documents as well as costume jewelry brought in by customers as collateral for purported down payments over a six-year period beginning in 2009. The dealer, David Hallman, accepted responsibility for the scheme and agreed to pay a $1.4 million fine and more than $737,000 in restitution to end federal prosecution.

September 6, 2018

AG Coalition: CFPB Has 'No Authority to Overrule' High Court’s ECOA Interpretation
Senate Committee Narrowly Confirms Trump's Pick to Head BCFP
FTC Charges Arizona Group With Falsifying Incomes on Consumer Credit Apps
FTC, 12 Partner Agencies Conduct Used Car Rule Compliance Sweep
CFPB Official Who Sued Trump Resigns, Drops Suit

CFPB Official Who Sued Trump Resigns, Drops Suit

The CFPB official who went to court last year after Trump appointed Mick Mulvaney as acting director announced on Friday she is leaving the embattled regulator. In a tweet, her attorney said the CFPB official is also dropping her legal fight to be the regulator's acting director.

July 9, 2018

U.S. Senate Approves Resolution to Repeal CFPB’s Dealer Participation Guidance
Military Lending Act's December Update More Harmful Than First Thought

Military Lending Act's December Update More Harmful Than First Thought

A Hudson Cook attorney told industry trade groups in a Jan. 18 memo that the Defense Department’s Dec. 14 interpretative rule, combined with something else it did in July 2015, makes it ‘highly unlikely that any dealer or finance source will be willing to originate or purchase’ a vehicle finance transaction if credit-protection products are included.

February 22, 2018

BB&T Switches Back to Markups as CFPB Shifts Away From Enforcement
Appeals Court Rules CFPB Structure Is Constitutional

Appeals Court Rules CFPB Structure Is Constitutional

On Wednesday, the D.C. Court of Appeals ruled 7-3 that a provision in the Dodd-Frank Act that says the CFPB director can only be removed for cause does not unconstitutionally constrain the president.

January 31, 2018

GOA Says Congress Can Review CFPB’s Guidance on Dealer Participation

The Government Accountability Office said on Tuesday that the bureau’s March 2013 bulletin on dealer participation falls under the Congressional Review Act, a decision that clears the way for the Republican-controlled Congress to repeal the bureau’s controversial guidance.

December 6, 2017