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The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) was one of the most active regulators in 2013, enacting a number of new rules and bringing a variety of supervision and enforcement actions against banks and nonbanks alike. But that may pale in comparison to what the Bureau will do in 2014.

For 2014, the Bureau is expected to expand its rulemaking, supervision, and enforcement efforts in several areas, including:

  • Consumer Debt Collection and Fair Credit Reporting
  • Prepaid Cards
  • Consumer, Student, Automobile, and Payday Loans
  • Mortgage Servicing Disclosure and Refinements to the CFPB’s 2013 Mortgage Rules

As you advise your clients on the rules and regulations (such as the FDCPA, TILA, ECOA, and RESPA), there is one new resource that will assist you in keeping up-to-date with the changes – the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Reporter. With practice commentary and analysis, the Reporter is a single resource with comprehensive coverage of Bureau activities to help legal practitioners and their corporate clients navigate this complex, evolving environment.

  • Gain knowledge through comprehensive coverage of Bureau activities and their strategic direction and focus
  • Confidently and accurately advise clients affected by new Bureau requirements with practice commentary and analysis
  • Save time by having a single resource that concentrates exclusively on the Bureau
  • Keep up-to-date using Wolters Kluwer QuickCharts™—Current Developments and the CFPB Watch newsletter, the latter written by attorneys at Proskauer Rose LLP

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From Wolters Kluwer Law & Business, with Practice Commentary and Analysis by

Ralph C. Ferrara of Proskauer Rose LLP, Executive Editor and original co-author

Timothy Q. Karcher of Proskauer Rose LLP

Gary Apfel of Pepper Hamilton LLP, original co-author

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