Compliance News

The Federal Trade Commission has declined to extend the public comment period for its proposed rule that would ban junk fees and bait-and-switch advertising tactics it alleges can plague car…
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau ordered Hyundai to pay more than $19 million, including $13.2 million in redress to consumers who were inaccurately reported as delinquent and a $6 million…
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau issued a legal interpretation to ensure that companies that use and share credit reports and background reports have a permissible purpose under the Fair Credit…
The Federal Trade Commission is taking action against motorcycle manufacturer Harley-Davidson Motor Company Group, and Westinghouse outdoor generator maker MWE Investments, for illegally restricting customers’ right to repair their purchased…
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is opening a new office, the Office of Competition and Innovation, as part of a new approach to help spur innovation in financial services by…
Ignite Consulting’s upcoming “Compliance Unleashed 2022” conference in Dallas will feature the release of a new book, “Winning the Fight: A Guide to Protect Car Dealers.” Steve Levine, Ignite’s chief…
Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg and NHTSA Deputy Administrator Steven Cliff announced “landmark” CAFE standards on Friday April 1st. The rule comes as Americans are paying record prices at the pump.…
NHTSA Deputy Administrator Steven Cliff along with Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg will make a “major announcement” on fuel economy standards on Friday, April 1st, according to the Department of Transportation.…
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau made it easier for the public to engage with the agency and request regulatory changes. Starting Feb. 16, members of the public can submit petitions…
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