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September 28, 2016

In the News Today – September 28, 2016

  • Litigation Finance ETFs on the Rise: According to professor Michael McDonald, exchange-traded funds, or ETFs, are becoming broader and more diverse as an asset class. ETFs can offer “one solution to the litigation financing issue.” (Above the Law)

 

  • House Bill ‘Takes Aim’ at CFPB: The House Financial Services Committee this month passed the “Financial CHOICE Act”, a bill that would repeal some portion of Dodd-Frank, and “takes aim at the CFPB.” Among the proposed changes to the CFPB, would be repealing the bureau’s “authority to prohibit pre-dispute arbitration clauses in financial services contracts and the authority to ban products or services deemed ‘abusive,’” write McGuireWoods LLP’s Brandon M. Santos and Joshua D. Davey. (Lexology)
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