CFPB Director Richard Cordray Will Step Down Before End of November
Cordray’s exit opens the door for President Trump to install a more industry-friendly leader.
Judge Blasts Justice Dept. for a 'House of Cards' False Claims Case
The defendant accused the government of failing to disclose important evidence.
‘No Evidence’ CFPB’s Cordray Violated US Ethics Rules: Agency
CFPB director Richard Cordray has been cleared of allegations that he improperly positioned himself to run in Ohio’s gubernatorial contest while leading the Obama-era agency.
Treasury Department Hits Plaintiffs Lawyers Over CFPB’s Arb Rule
The Trump administration on Monday said the regulation would only put money in the pockets of plaintiffs lawyers.
Wells Fargo's Whistleblower Problem Could Grow Substantially
The fallout from the fake-accounts scandal continues to spread.
SEC Whistleblower Chief: ‘Be Careful What You Wish For’
Jane Norberg defends broad anti-retaliation protections for corporate insiders as the Supreme Court agrees to weigh in.
Anthem Loses D.C. Circuit Bid to Revive Cigna Merger
The three judges on the panel split 2-1 — and they wrote three separate opinions.
Lawyers Mobilize as Trump Wages War on Regulations
Corporate clients must be prepared to accommodate mutually exclusive options, strategists say.
Anthem, in D.C. Circuit, fights to save $54B Cigna merger
A lawyer for Anthem said completion of the deal would put "dollars in the consumer's pocket."
Jay Clayton, SEC Chair Nominee, Grilled Over Wall Street Ties
Critics in the Senate, including Elizabeth Warren, worry that Clayton would have to recuse himself too often.