Consumer Bureau Loses Fight to Allow More Class-Action Suits – New York Times

Consumer Bureau Loses Fight to Allow More Class-Action Suits – New York Times

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Consumer Bureau Loses Fight to Allow More Class-Action Suits
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Richard Cordray, director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, at a Senate hearing last year. The bureau's arbitration rule, five years in the making, would have been a blow to the financial industry. Credit Alex Wong/Getty Images. Senate …
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