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Equifax Enters Into Consent Order with State Banking Regulators Regarding 2017 Data Breach

As reported in BNA Privacy Law Watch, on June 27, 2018, Equifax entered into a consent order (the “Order”) with 8 state banking regulators (the “Multi-State Regulatory Agencies”), including those in New York and California, arising from the company’s 2017 … Continue reading

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What the Security Group Consent Order Suggests About the CFPB’s Direction

For many months, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (Bureau) has hinted it would focus its enforcement efforts on debt collection conduct. The Bureau’s settlement earlier this month with Security Group Inc., Security Finance Corporation of Spartanburg, and Professional Financial Services … Continue reading

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Forthcoming law (and informed consent)

The Tenant Fees Bill has had its second reading. The current Bill and its progress are here. There is a lot to digest in the Bill and I suspect there will be amendments on route. There are a whole new range … Continue reading

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Informed Consent Claims in New York Medical Malpractice Cases: The Basics of a Claim

The relationship between physician and patient is a partnership when it is functioning properly.  This is a partnership in which trust is a foundational and indispensable component.  When a patient seeks medical care and treatment from a doctor, the patient … Continue reading

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Pay discrimination lawsuit concludes with Univ. of Denver School of Law agreeing to consent decree

The University of Denver School of Law has settled a pay discrimination lawsuit with seven full-time female law profs by way of an EEOC consent decree. The settlement, which includes a $2.66 million monetary award, was announced Thursday. The law … Continue reading

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