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Sunday, June 4, 2017

Fate of Obama-Era Arbitration Rules Under Current Republican President and Congress

Perry Cooper, of Bloomberg News, writes  “A half dozen Obama-era rules to limit mandatory arbitration have met a variety of fates in the four months since Donald Trump became president.”

Arbitration Update: CFPB Rule Uncertain, Mixed Fates for Others goes on to say:


  1. "The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau rule, which covers financial products, hasn’t been finalized yet and is in a perilous position."
  2. "Congress reversed the federal contractor rule under the Congressional Review Act in March."
  3. Anti-arbitration rules covering nursing homes and communication contracts have been put on hold by their originating agencies, while rules that apply to for-profit colleges and financial advisers "appear to be in the clear, at least for now."


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