• Posted By Common Sense
    Friday, October 27 2017 at 1:31 PM
    T. Fraiser, If I had to choose to side with a greedy lawyer or a greedy banker I would side with the banker 100% of the time. I can always change banks but when the lawyers write corrupt laws that screw over the common people then everyone but them suffers.
  • Posted By NWIowa Banker
    Friday, October 27 2017 at 9:13 AM
    The CFPB's "I'm King, You're Not" structure has its risks. With no board or oversight structure in place to challenge the King, bad decisions go forward unchallenged.
  • Posted By Interested Observer
    Friday, October 27 2017 at 8:52 AM
    It was, indeed, a calculated and political decision. It will pave the way for this weary warrior to return home to Ohio. Bruised, but not broken, he will resume the fight for lawyers who take advantage of the broken class action system. (All in the name of protecting consumers, of course.)
  • Posted By T. Frazier
    Thursday, October 26 2017 at 6:51 PM
    What a shock. Republicans said with the greedy banks and prevent consumers from expressing their right to sue for damages when the bank is in the wrong.