WASHINGTON—Richard Cordray, director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, defended his agency’s qualified mortgage regulations against recent criticism during the Mortgage Bankers Association annual convention here Oct. 28. (See more coverage on page 3.)
Kansas City judge says he'll wait for appeals court decision on bid to dismiss claims over failed securities.
Accounting, law firms among examples of private companies showing growth. So are medical practices.
In robo-signing case, state Supreme Court finds voluntary dismissals can't be reversed unless plaintiff got relief, dismissal kept court from remedying the fraud.
Shutts & Bowen LLP announced that François Henriquez has joined the firm. Henriquez is the former president/CEO of U.S. Central Credit Union.
Former U.S. Central Bridge Attorney Moves to Florida firm.
NAFCU president says he's disconcerted that $40 million of $170 million recovered from investment banks went to lawyers.
Rep. Darrel Issa (R-Calif.) asks if executive order violated. NCUA pays lawyers more than $40 million of $170 million in Wall Street settlements.
Federal Reserve filing reveals for first time the battle insurers are waging to preserve state regulation, limit federal intrusion on their activities.
Massachusetts CU CEO eyes long regulatory process in proposed takeover of New Hampshire bank.