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  1. 1 Show/Hide More CFPB Press Release on Mandatory Arbitration Clauses (May 2016)
    Use with Section V.A. Structure and Powers of the CFPB, beginning on page 565.
  2. 2 Show/Hide More CFPB Final Rule on Arbitration Agreements (July 2017)

    Use with Chapter 4.2 Section IV. The Rise of Securities Arbitration, beginning on page 488.

    Use with Chapter 5.1 Section V. The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, beginning on page 565.

  3. 3 Show/Hide More Bipartisan Policy Committee - Did Policymakers Get Post-Crisis Financial Regulation Right? (Sep. 2016)

    Bipartisan Policy Committee – Did Policymakers Get Post-Crisis Financial Regulation Right? (Sept. 2016

    Use with Chapter 2.6 Section V. Critiques of and Alternatives to Basel III, beginning on page 322.

    Use with Chapter 5.1 Section V.C. Ongoing Policy Debates, beginning on page 576.

  4. 4 Show/Hide More House Financial Services Committee, Comprehensive Summary: The Financial CHOICE Act (Apr. 2017)

    Use with Chapter 1.2 Section VII. The Financial Crisis and Its Aftermath, beginning on page 58.

    Use with Chapter 5.1 Section V.C. Ongoing Policy Debates, beginning on page 576.

  5. 5 Show/Hide More The Financial CHOICE Act, Title VII, Section 711 – Consumer Law Enforcement Agency
    Use with Section V.C. Ongoing Policy Debates, beginning on page 576.
  6. 6 Show/Hide More PHH v. CFPB Panel Opinion on Constitutionality of CFPB Structure (Oct. 2016)

    Use with Chapter 1.3 Section IV.B. Reform After the Financial Crisis, beginning on page 99.

    Use with Chapter 5.1 Section V.C. Ongoing Policy Debates, beginning on page 576.

  7. 7 Show/Hide More PHH v. CFPB, Amicus Brief, Maxine Waters (D-CA) with 40 current and former members of Congress (Mar. 31, 2017)

    Use with Chapter 1.3 Section IV.B. Reform After the Financial Crisis, beginning on page 99.

    Use with Chapter 5.1 Section V.C. Ongoing Policy Debates, beginning on page 576.

  8. 8 Show/Hide More PHH v. CFPB, Amicus Brief, Michael S. Barr, Deepak Gupta & Adam J. Levitin (Mar. 31, 2017)

    Use with Chapter 1.3 Section IV.B. Reform After the Financial Crisis, beginning on page 99.

    Use with Chapter 5.1 Section V.C. Ongoing Policy Debates, beginning on page 576.

  9. 9 Show/Hide More PHH v. CFPB Amicus Brief, PHH v. Acting Assistant Attorney General Chad Readler (Mar. 17, 2017)

    Use with Chapter 1.3 Section IV.B. Reform After the Financial Crisis, beginning on page 99.

    Use with Chapter 5.1 Section V.C. Ongoing Policy Debates, beginning on page 576.

  10. 10 Show/Hide More D.C. Circuit PHH v. CFPB Opinion (Oct. 11, 2016)
    Use with Section V.C. Ongoing Policy Debates, beginning on page 576.
  11. 11 Show/Hide More Stephen J. Choi & Adam C. Pritchard, The SEC's Shift to Administrative Proceedings: An Empirical Assessment (Feb. 2016)
    Use with Section V. The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, beginning on page 565.
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