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FAN Coalition Slams Senate Banking Committee for Rejecting Amendment to Reinstate Crucial Consumer Protection

December 5th, 2017

By: Amanda Werner

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE December 5, 2017 CONTACTS: Amanda Werner, Americans for Financial Reform & Public Citizen, awerner@ourfinancialsecurity.org, (202) 973-8004   Washington, DC (December 5, 2017) – Today, the U.S. Senate Banking Committee rejected an amendment to S. 2155, which would have restored consumers’ right to sue financial giants when they break the law. While other

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New Poll: Overwhelming Support for CFPB Arbitration Rule in Arizona and Maine

October 12th, 2017

By: Stephen Rouzer

Arizona and Maine’s Senators Could Cast Deciding Votes to Maintain Our Rights to Our Day in Court   A new Public Policy Polling survey finds broad and overwhelming support in Maine and Arizona for the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s (CFPB) recent rule limiting banks and large corporations like Equifax from using forced arbitration to deny

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Servicemembers, Veterans, and Forced Arbitration: How the New Consumer Protection Financial Bureau Rule Enhances the Military Lending Act

September 27th, 2017

By: Stephen Rouzer

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s (CFPB) new arbitration rule will promote accountability and transparency for a wide variety of consumer financial products and services offered to servicemembers and veterans. The rule allows people to band together in court and prevents companies from using fine print to take away access to the courts through forced arbitration

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On Anniversary of 7th Amendment, More than 400 Professors in All 50 States Urge Congress Not to Take Away Our Day in Court

September 25th, 2017

By: Stephen Rouzer

Letter Opposes Effort to Block Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Rule that Restores Access to the Courts Eliminated through Fine Print Forced Arbitration Clauses On the anniversary of Congress’s passage of the Seventh Amendment to the U.S. Constitution in 1789, a group of 423 leading law school, university, and college professors from all 50 states urged Senators to uphold the

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Credit Reports and Forced Arbitration: Will Congress Strip Americans of Their Day in Court?

September 19th, 2017

By: Stephen Rouzer

Credit Reports and Forced Arbitration: Will Congress Strip Americans of Their Day in Court? Equifax was slow to alert the public to the data breach exposing the sensitive personal information of 143 million Americans. But the company was quick to protect itself by attempting to take away our day in court. Buried in the fine print of

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