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Department of Defense Publishes Amends and Adds Further Guidance on Military Lending Act Regulations

Posted in Fair Lending, Military Issues

On December 14, 2017, the Department of Defense published final interpretive rules (the “2017 Interpretive Rule”) amending previously issued interpretive rules on the Military Lending Act. The 2017 Interpretive Rule amends and replaces three specific questions and answers in the interpretive rules issued by the DOD in August 2016, while also adding a new question…. Read More

Financial Services Report – Winter 2016

Posted in Arbitration, Auto Lending, CFPB, Credit Cards, Disparate Impact, Electronic Payments, Enforcement Actions, Fair Lending, Foreclosure, Military Issues, Mobile Payments, Mortgage, Payday Lending, Preemption, Privacy, Regulatory Developments, State Regulators, UDAAP

Hope you survived all of those awkward Thanksgiving holiday conversations—amazing how divided people are on whether the court got it right in the PHH case, isn’t it? So on we go into the holiday season, while visions of Dodd-Frank repeal dance in our heads. No long winter’s nap for the CFPB, not with the inauguration… Read More

A Closer Look at DOD’s New Guidance on the Military Lending Act Regulations

Posted in Fair Lending, Military Issues, Regulatory Developments

On August 26, 2016, the DOD issued an interpretive rule (the “Interpretive Rule”) providing guidance on the DOD’s regulations implementing the Military Lending Act. That same day, we published a high-level summary of the Interpretive Rule, noting that the Interpretive Rule aims to clarify certain ambiguities in the DOD’s July 2015 final rule. In this… Read More

Department of Defense Issues New Guidance on Military Lending Act Regulations

Posted in Fair Lending, Military Issues

On August 26, 2016, the Department of Defense (DOD) issued an interpretive rule providing guidance on the DOD’s regulations implementing the Military Lending Act (MLA). Specifically, the interpretive rule aims to clarify certain ambiguities in the DOD’s July 2015 final rule, which significantly expanded the scope of the MLA to cover new types of creditors… Read More