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Daily Digest – November 27. Battle Over CFPB Post Heads to Court; Getting to Know Tim Hollis of TDH Consulting

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BATTLE OVER CFPB POST HEADS TO COURT AS CORDRAY SUCCESSOR SUES PRESIDENT TRUMP

  • On a holiday weekend that was probably filled with awkward conversations between family members across the country, it seems somehow appropriate that a similar dynamic is unfolding in Washington, D.C. Richard Cordray officially resigned as director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau on Friday, and named Leandra English as the agency’s deputy director, crowning her as his replacement. But President Trump moved forward with his own plan and named Mick Mulvaney, the head of the White House Office of Management and Budget, as the interim director of the agency. In the latest development, English has filed a lawsuit against the president, claiming her right to the post, and wants a temporary restraining order blocking Mulvaney’s appointment. So is it first-come, first-served this morning to determine who gets to sit in Cordray’s old office?

 

GETTING TO KNOW TIM HOLLIS OF TDH CONSULTING

  • In terms of the most insightful advice, what Tim Hollis learned while working on construction might be the most insightful of all. You’ll have to read on to hear it firsthand from Tim, who owes just about everything he’s accomplished in the industry to a restaurant that went out of business. Tim’s answer about what he’d like to change in the industry is also refreshing. Read on to learn more about Tim and why he was born to run.

 

APPEALS COURT RULES COLLECTOR DID NOT VIOLATE EFTA BY MAKING WITHDRAWALS WITHOUT WRITTEN CONSENT

  • The Second Circuity Court of Appeals last week issued a summary order dismissing a class-action lawsuit against Portfolio Recovery Associates for allegedly violating the Electronic Funds Transfer Act by making automatic withdrawals from an individual’s bank account without obtaining written consent.

 

DEBT COLLECTION SCAMMER FACES 20 YEARS IN PRISON

  • A Buffalo-area man who scammed at least eight individuals out of more than $340,000 has pleaded guilty in federal court to charges of conspiracy to commit wire fraud. Shawn Sylvia, 35, faces a penalty of up to 20 years in prison when he is sentenced on April 3.

 

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