The American Bar Association and the Federal Trade Commission have been battling for a year over whether regulations designed to prevent identity theft should apply to lawyers. Now, they’re tangling again –this time, over regulations aimed at mortgage fraud.

At the heart of the disputes is what role, if any, the federal government should have in regulating the legal profession, especially as the government steps up efforts to protect consumers.

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