Clark Hill Attorneys Joann Needleman, Jane C. Luxton and Thomas A. Brooks Published in DRI’s For The Defense, “If the CFPB Is Remiss, the Court Must Dismiss” February 2018
Clark Hill Attorneys Joann Needleman, Jane C. Luxton and Thomas A. Brooks article, “If the CFPB Is Remiss, the Court Must Dismiss” was published in DRI’s, For the Defense, 2018 February issue. The article discusses why the federal district court in the Northern District of Georgia dismissed an enforcement action brought by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau for insufficient support of their claims that the payment processors had aided and abetted in the collection of illegal debts.
This article has also been published in Law 360. For more information or to view the article, please click here.
Joann Needleman is the leader of Consumer Financial Services Regulatory & Compliance Practice Group at Clark Hill PLC in Philadelphia, PA. Jane C. Luxton is a member of Clark Hill’s Environment, Energy, and Natural Resources Practice Group based in the Washington, DC office and chairs the firm’s Administrative Law Practice. Thomas A. Brooks is Of Counsel at Clark Hill PLC in Washington, DC. His practice includes a wide variety of matters, including directors and officers liability issues, Dodd-Frank Act mandates, corporate governance requirements, BSA/AML issues, new financial services products, e-commerce, mergers and acquisitions, and a variety of other legislative and regulatory issues.
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