Consumer Financial Services Litigation

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  • Massachusetts Moratorium Marches On

    On July 21, Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker extended the moratorium on evictions and foreclosures in Massachusetts (which was set to expire on August 18, 2020) by 60 days to October 17, 2020, due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

  • Credit Reporting and COVID: What did the CARES Act change?

    Under the CARES Act, borrowers must be affected by COVID-19 and receive an “accommodation” for their creditors to be subject to new FCRA reporting obligations. However, the CARES Act does not explain how the consumer needs to have been affected, nor is it expressly limited to accommodations provided because of the impact of COVID-19. Therefore,More

  • CFPB Statement Clarifies Credit Reporting and CARES Act

    Responding to criticism and questions that have arisen largely from furnishers trying to navigate credit reporting under the CARES Act, the CFPB issued FAQs, clarifying that it expects all furnishers to make good faith efforts to investigate disputes quickly and within the statutory time frame.

  • McGlinchey Welcomes Litigator Caroline Manne in D.C.

    Licensed in the District of Columbia, Maryland, and New York, Caroline represents McGlinchey’s clients in a wide variety of commercial litigation and financial services litigation matters in federal and state courts, with a primary focus on defending consumer financial services litigation claims in lender liability actions.

  • McGlinchey Launches Podcast That Brings You “More”

    McGlinchey Stafford is pleased to announce the launch of its podcast, “More With McGlinchey,” available now where you listen to podcasts. “We know our clients look to us to cut through the noise in distilling the issues that matter to them,” said Rudy Aguilar, McGlinchey’s Managing Member. “We’re committed to providing information where our audienceMore

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