Updated Dec. 4
Companies in the crosshairs of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, hoping to seize on the tumultuous transition of power that unfolded following Richard Cordray’s resignation, are weighing overtures to the new leadership to cut short costly investigations or even escape litigation altogether, according to several corporate defense lawyers who have matters pending at the agency.
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