CFPB, Testing Trump and Republicans, Moves to Restrict Forced Arbitration
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau on Monday finalized a sweeping new rule banning arbitration agreements that prevent class actions against banks and other financial institutions, setting the stage for parallel legal and political fights over a regulation that Republican lawmakers will seek to overturn before it sees the light of day.
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