• 10.31.19

    Keeping Medicaid’s Promise for Children With Special Healthcare Needs

    Children with special healthcare needs are children who have, or are at increased risk of having, a chronic physical, developmental, behavioral or emotional condition and who also require health and related services of a type or amount beyond that usually required by children generally.

  • 10.30.19

    Will the Supreme Court Decimate the CFPB? Latest Developments

    Even though the Supreme Court generally moves relatively slowly, the Court’s recent decision to grant certiorari in the Seila Law v. CFPB case is forcing courts and litigants to adjust quickly.

  • 10.30.19

    California DBO Offers Guidance on Cannabis Banking

    The Cannabis Banking Guidance from California’s Department of Business Oversight (DBO) offers California-chartered financial institutions serving cannabis-related businesses assurances that the DBO will not bring enforcement actions based solely on such relationships.

  • 10.30.19

    CFPB News: Final HMDA Rule, New Lawsuit and Taskforce, Director Grilled

    While the battle over the constitutionality of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau moves to the U.S. Supreme Court, the Bureau continues with its daily work, releasing a final Home Mortgage Disclosure Act (HMDA) rule, filing a new lawsuit in conjunction with the South Carolina Department of ...

  • 10.30.19

    Executive Orders Limit Agency Guidance

    Two executive orders recently signed by President Donald Trump will now require that federal agencies publish all informal guidance and limit its use in enforcement actions.

  • 10.30.19

    CSBS Seeks Comment on Model Law for Money Services Businesses

    The Conference of State Bank Supervisors (CSBS) has proposed legislation for adoption by the states in an effort to streamline and make uniform requirements for money service businesses (MSBs).

  • 10.30.19

    California Goes Public With Banks

    One of the many bills enacted into law during the California Legislature’s end-of-session rush was Assembly Bill 857, which authorized the creation of “public banks” to support local economies and community development and address infrastructure and housing needs for ...

  • 10.29.19

    New York AG Sues Dunkin’ Over Cybersecurity

    The New York Attorney General’s Office hit Dunkin’ Brands with a lawsuit over the company’s cybersecurity practices, alleging that the company tricked consumers about the extent to which it protects their personal information.

  • 10.29.19

    FTC Knocks Down MLM Pyramid Scheme

    The Federal Trade Commission reached a $150 million deal with multilevel marketing (MLM) defendants that also includes a ban from the business.

  • 10.29.19

    Clif Bar Survives False Ad Challenge

    A California federal court dismissed a false advertising lawsuit against the makers of Clif Bars and Luna Bars that challenged their packaging for white chocolate macadamia bars.