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House Financial Services Committee Passes Consumers First Act [Podcast]

On March 28, 2019, the House Financial Services Committee passed H.R. 1500, the Consumers First Act, by a 34-26 vote.

The bill is intended to reverse various actions taken by Mick Mulvaney during his tenure as CFPB Acting Director.

The podcast discusses what’s in the Consumers First Act (H.R. 1500, intended to undo Mick Mulvaney’s CFPB actions), the impact of current House dynamics on the bill’s or specific provisions’ prospects for passage, the topics of other financial services bills likely to have bipartisan support, and how CFPB Director Kraninger’s approach is likely to compare to Mr. Mulvaney’s.

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Alan S. Kaplinsky is Co-Practice Leader of the firm's Consumer Financial Services Group, which has more than 115 lawyers. Mr. Kaplinsky devotes his practice exclusively to counseling financial institutions on bank regulatory and transactional matters, particularly consumer financial services law, and defending financial institutions that have been sued by consumers in individual and class action lawsuits and by government enforcement agencies. Visit Mr. Kaplinsky's profile in Wikipedia.

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Timothy Jenkins is nationally recognized for his work advising clients on all aspects of political law. He represents leading U.S. companies nationwide on federal, state, and local gift rules, lobbying registration and election law, pay-to-play provisions, the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, and the Foreign Agents Registration Act.

Tim has more than 30 years' experience representing clients before Congress, presidential administration officials, and federal regulatory agencies. He serves as a lobbyist for prominent trade associations and major corporations, with an emphasis on the...

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