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Today's Trends in Credit Regulation

California Attorney General Focuses on Targeted Advertising and Disclosures in CCPA Enforcement

By Webb McArthur and Megan Nicholls

The Office of the Attorney General of California began enforcing the California Consumer Privacy Act ("CCPA") more than a year ago and recently released a set of enforcement case examples it has pursued against businesses. article continued

CFPB Bites of the Month - September Top 10

By Justin Hosie and Eric Johnson

Each month, we host a 30-minute webinar outlining the month's key announcements and takeaways from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) for financial services providers to consider. In this month's article, we share some of our top "bites" covered during the September 15 webinar. article continued

Advertising Compliance: Catch up on the Recent "Buzz" Regarding Marketing to the Reasonable Consumer

By Andrea S. Cottrell

Do you love Trader Joe's? I'm going to assume you said yes based on the line at my local one, so read on. Do you want to know how bees recently impacted the "reasonable consumer" standard for advertisements? If so, read on. I mean, how could you possibly ignore that tease? article continued

More SCRA Enforcement Activity by the Department of Justice

By Charles F. Dodge, Jr.

The Servicemembers and Veterans Initiative at the U.S. Department of Justice continues. At the end of July, the DOJ entered into a consent order in a Texas case where a towing company sold active-duty servicemembers' cars without a court order. article continued

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