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House Republicans Allege CFPB Director Violated U.S. Law in New Report

A new report released by Republican members of the House Financial Services Committee charges CFPB Director Richard Cordray with violating federal law when the regulator published its Larger Participant Rule in June 2015.

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Codifying Common Sense

Whether you believe it or not, most rules and regulations weren’t designed to make your life miserable. The magazine’s resident compliance expert says we can only blame ourselves.

Former CFPB Executive Joins Hudson Cook LLP

The former CFPB executive once described as a ‘valuable conduit between the CFPB and the industry’ has joined Hudson Cook LLP as a partner in the firm’s Portland, Maine, office.

NADA University Announces Legal, Regulatory Webinars

NADA University announced it is now offering all of its legal and regulatory webinars — live and on-demand — at no cost to NADA and American Truck Dealer members and their staffs.

10 Predictions for 2012

The magazine’s legal wiz shines up his crystal ball to offer his predictions on how the CFPB and the FTC will flex their regulatory muscles in 2012.

FTC Announces Second Roundtable Event

The Federal Trade Commission’s second roundtable will be staged at St. Mary's University School of Law on Aug. 2-3.

Federal Reserve Temporarily Exempts Dealers from Certain Dodd-Frank Requirements

Dealers will remain exempt from certain data collection requirements under ECOA until the Federal Reserve Board issues final regulations.

Social Policymaking Is Not the Solution

Can the FTC balance what consumer advocates want and what industry reps say is needed? The magazine’s legal wiz says that time will tell.

The Exception is the Rule

F&I’s legal wiz serves up a nice reminder of two federal rules coming down the pike in January. Are you ready?

Raising the Odds

Three compliance experts attempt to map out a dealer’s best-chance deal. In the end, all roads lead back to compliance.