After ruling, stage set for new battles over CFPB's future


The Supreme Court threw out a key statutory provision concerning the agency’s leadership structure, but the presidential election and possible legislative reforms could bring about more changes to the embattled bureau.


No decision by Supreme Court on CFPB's constitutionality


With just 13 decisions remaining on the docket this session, the high court's highly anticipated ruling in a case challenging the agency's leadership structure could come as early as next Monday.


Consumer advocates allege bias in CFPB task force


A lawsuit filed Tuesday argues that the bureau's establishment of the panel looking into regulatory changes violated the Federal Advisory Committee Act.


Community groups plan to sue OCC over CRA rule


The National Community Reinvestment Coalition, California Reinvestment Coalition and Democracy Forward accuse the agency of “unlawfully gutting” the historic anti-redlining law.


Latest worry for PPP lenders: Liability for loans they didn't make


Bankers are bracing for accusations of discrimination in the way Paycheck Protection Program loans were allocated.


CFPB proposes making debt collectors disclose statute of limitations


Debt collectors would have to tell consumers upfront that they cannot sue to recover "time-barred" debt under a proposal issued Friday by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.


Lawsuit alleges PNC built payments product with stolen trade secrets


A Denver company says that the $410 billion-asset bank used its confidential information to create a copycat product and poach its customers. PNC is contesting the allegations.


CFPB’s unexpected showdown with Citizens


The agency's lawsuit against the Rhode Island company — the first involving a bank under Director Kathy Kraninger — has challenged assumptions about its approach to enforcement.


CFPB backers tell high court that agency's structure is legal


Democratic lawmakers, state attorneys general and others filed briefs with the Supreme Court rebutting claims that the agency’s leadership structure is unconstitutional.


Lawyer picked to defend CFPB before high court backs agency structure


The Supreme Court appointed Paul Clement to represent the agency after the bureau’s current director questioned its constitutionality.