CFPB Quarrels With OCC Over Arbitration Rule, Clayton's Agenda, and Uber Drivers Win Class Ruling: Roundup

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The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and the OCC are fighting over a new rule that would curtail forced arbitration in the banking industry. Uber drivers win a class certification ruling. SEC Chairman Jay Clayton lays out his agenda. This is a weekly regulatory roundup from ALM and around the web.

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