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Arkansas Court Orders Texas Credit Repair Company to Comply with Investigative Demand

On January 30, 2015, the Arkansas Attorney General announced that Pulaski County Circuit Judge Chris Piazza granted its petition to enforce a civil investigative demand against a Texas credit repair company, related to its investigation into whether the company’s representations, advertising, and pricing structures violated the Arkansas Deceptive Trade Practices…

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California Department of Business Oversight Reaches $2.5 Million Settlement with Mortgage Lender for Failure to Report Loan Information

On January 23, 2015, the California Department of Business Oversight (“CBO”) announced that it reached a settlement with a national mortgage lender over allegations that the lender failed to comply with state recordkeeping requirements to assess compliance with state mortgage lending laws. The CBO claims that the mortgage lender repeatedly…

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New York Bank Settles Claims Over Discriminatory Lending Practices

On January 19, 2015, the New York Attorney General announced a settlement with a regional bank for possible discriminatory lending practices. The settlement was reached after the Attorney General investigated the bank for categorically excluding borrowers who lived in certain minority neighborhoods from obtaining loans, designating loans from minority areas…

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