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Quarterly Report
Vol. 75, No. 3
Conference Elects New Governing Committee Members
 
An Update on CFPB Constitutionality Litigation
by Jason W. McElroy & Allison M. Scoggin
Algorithmic Credit Scoring and FICO’s Role in Developing Accurate, Unbiased, and Fair Credit Scoring Models
by Bernard Siskin, Nicholas Schmidt, & Bryce Stephens
CFPB Issues Final LIBOR Transition Rules
by Douglas I. Youngman & Leonard A. Bernstein
Investigating and Defending Identity Theft Claims Against Furnishers Under the Fair Credit Reporting Act
by David Elliott & Ryli Leader
More than A Misread: The Eleventh Circuit Misapplies Escobar in United States v. Mortgage Investors Corporation
by Jason W. McElroy & Jacob D. Hopkins
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