Forward Movement in the Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection’s Student Loan Litigation: What This Means for Securitization

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  • Forward Movement in the Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection’s Student Loan Litigation: What This Means for Securitization
    Forward Movement in the Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection’s Student Loan Litigation: What This Means for Securitization

    Click Now! ABA Practitioner's Guide to Class Actions Introduction In September 2017, the Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection (the “ Bureau ”) brought an enforcement action against the National Collegiate Student Loan Trusts for alleged violations of consumer financial protection laws in connection with student loan debt collection practices. […]

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