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Consumer Financial Protection Bureau v. Seila Law LLC

Last year, it took the D.C. Circuit 250 pages to conclude that the structure of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, whose sole director does not serve at the pleasure of the president, is constitutional. This week, the Ninth Circuit declines to “re-plow the same ground” and reaches the same conclusion in a mere 10 pages.


Tags: 2019, Administrative Law, CFPB, Ninth Circuit

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