The CFPB has proposed new regulatory tools to promote innovation in the financial services sector.
Scholar proposes ways to ease the burden on courts and create fair outcomes for consumers with expired debts.
Proposed D.C. legislation highlights debate over businesses that refuse cash payments.
Scholar advocates for regulating banks like infrastructure.
Volatile cryptocurrencies require regulation, but regulators face many questions about how to do so.
Scholar argues that more private enforcement mechanisms will strengthen consumer credit reporting.
Scholar argues that financial regulators must be decisive yet agile when using imperfect information.
Banks will now be required to identify the owners of shell corporations.
Information technology has disrupted regulatory regimes and recast policy debates.
Regulation can accommodate innovation while promoting broader social goals.
The Treasury Department should follow key principles in conducting its review of regulations.
Without the possibility of class action lawsuits, consumers are now more vulnerable to corporate fraud.