A former lending manager for Federal Credit union in Windsor Locks, Conn., is sentenced to 21 months in federal prison.
Court of Appeals overturns lower court ruling which now allows NCUA's 2011 lawsuit against Wachovia and Nomura to proceed.
A lawyer for the bureau faces off with PHH Corp., which called the CFPB’s authority into question.
PHH Corp. calls Director Cordray's authority into question for overriding a judge's decision.
Shoreline FCU employees and board members express disbelief over their former CEO's crimes in court.
Attorneys reveal overdraft fee disclosure methods are at the center of a new wave of lawsuits.
In a motion, State National Bank calls for a declaration stating the CFPB is unconstitutional.
Retailer postponed taking action in favor of Cyber Monday, alleges a document a judge has ordered unsealed.
D.C. Circuit Court rules in favor of a small community bank’s standing to sue the CFPB.
Former Peoples CU exec Sherrie Rivera could get 10 years for pocketing $385,000 from member accounts.