Tag Archives: COVID-19

Performant to Lay Off 90 at Oregon Location

Performant Recovery has filed a notice with the state of Oregon that it is planning on laying off 60 employees at its location in Grants Pass, Ore., and will not bring back 31 employees who had been furloughed, citing the COVID-19 pandemic and changes to student loan collections as the …

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Judge Strikes Down CDC’s Ban on Evictions

A District Court judge in Texas has ruled that the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) overstepped its authority when it ordered that all evictions be stopped during the COVID-19 pandemic. A copy of the ruling in the case of Terkel v. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention can be accessed …

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CFPB Acting Director Pledges ‘Aggressive Action’ to Ensure Companies ‘Meet Their Obligations’ to Assist Consumers During Pandemic


In his first public remarks, Dave Uejio, the acting director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau yesterday shared a statement he had sent to all the agency’s employees, pledging to take “aggressive action” to ensure companies regulated by the CFPB “follow the law and meet their obligations” to assist consumers …

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CFPB Releases Special Supervisory Highlights on Response to COVID

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has released a special edition of its Supervisory Highlights report, detailing information it received from the entities it regulates about how they have responded to the COVID-19 pandemic. When the pandemic hit last March, the CFPB re-scheduled about half of its supervisory examinations and replaced …

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