Although the impact of this week's appeals court ruling that found the CFPB's structure to be unconstitutional are still being assessed, attorneys said agency officials are likely to be looking over their shoulders as they write rules affecting the financial services industry. 

First, unless the agency petitions for a rehearing or attempts to take the case to the U.S. Supreme Court, the CFPB is likely to be required to submit all proposed rules to the Office of Management and Budget for its review, according to Alan Kaplinsky, chair of the Consumer Financial Services Group at Ballard Spahr.

"The only question, in my mind, is whether any existing, final regulations will need to be run by OMB," he said, adding that he is certain that this is just one of the elements that the White House and the CFPB are trying to sort out.

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