“The Court of Appeals found in favor of PHH in every possible respect and, critically for the purposes of the present litigation, ruled that the structure of the Bureau violates Article II of the U.S. Constitution by lodging ‘massive, unchecked power’ in the director,” wrote Anderson Bottrell attorney Michael Andrews.

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