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CFPBís Proposed Arbitration Rule Benefits Class-Action Lawyers at the Expense of Consumers
Topic: Banking and Credit Regulations
By Alan S. Kaplinsky and Mark J. Levin, Partners with Ballard Spahr LLP in the firmís Philadelphia, PA office.†
Legal Backgrounder, October 14, 2016, 4 pages
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Publication Summary:

A proposed Consumer Financial Protection Bureau rule aimed at chilling financial services providersí use of arbitration neither serves the public interest nor protects consumers, as required by the federal Dodd-Frank Act.
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