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NCLC in the News

Select media clips. Journalists interested in speaking with an expert at the National Consumer Law Center should contact Jan Kruse (jkruse@nclc.org or 617.542,8010). 11/2/18 Governing Magazine How Governments Can Keep Disaster Survivors Connected op-ed by NCLC attorney Olivia Wein. 9/7/18 Washington Post Lehman Bros.’ bankruptcy a decade ago offers lessons to protect today’s consumers by Michelle Singletary quotes NCLC [...]

NCLC in the News2019-02-22T09:53:48-05:00

Letters

Group letter opposing H.R. 1849 – Practice of Law Technical Clarification Act of 2017, May 5, 2017 NCLC’s Student Loan Borrower Assistance Project letter to the CFPB and U.S. Department of Education re: how the removal of the online Data Retrieval Tool might negatively impact student loan borrowers’ ability to renew Income-Driven-Repayment plans, April 14, 2017 [...]

Letters2014-08-19T15:08:12-05:00

Comments

Group comments to FCC on the Proposal to Develop a Reassigned Number Database, Aug. 28, 2017 Comments to CFPB regarding the Notice of Assessment of Ability-to-Repay/Qualified Mortgage Rule, July 31, 2017 Group comments on the Federal Housing Finance Agency’s Request for Input on Improving Language Access in Mortgage Origination and Servicing Submitted by Americans for [...]

Comments2014-08-19T14:59:04-05:00

Policy Briefs

Issue brief: Residential Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) Loans: The Perils of Easy Money for Clean Energy Improvements, Sept. 2017 Issue Brief: The Uniform Wage Garnishment Act: Benefits and Dangers for Wage Earners, April 2017 Issue Brief: The CFPB’s Prepaid Card Rule Benefits Financial Institutions, Prepaid Card Companies, and Employers, April 2017 Policy Brief: Policy Recommendations for a [...]

Policy Briefs2019-01-04T17:32:30-05:00

Issue Briefs

Arbitration & Access to Justice Servicemembers, Veterans, and Forced Arbitration: How the New Consumer Protection Financial Bureau Rule Enhances the Military Lending Act, September 2017 Credit Reports and Forced Arbitration: Will Congress Strip Americans of Their Day in Court? September 2017 Forced Arbitration and Wells Fargo: The CFPB’s Rule Protects Victims of Bank Fraud, July 2017 [...]

Issue Briefs2019-04-17T12:30:48-05:00

Testimony

Testimony of NCLC attorney Joanna Darcus before the U.S. Department of Education re: Intent to Establish Negotiated Rulemaking Committee; Public Hearings on Borrower Defense and Gainful Employment, July 10, 2017 Testimony of NCLC, NACA, and MLRI to the Mass. Division of Banks and the Mass. Attorney General re: debt collection and regulation in Mass. (licensing [...]

Testimony2019-04-09T08:41:39-05:00

Press Releases (Archived)

CFPB Rule Restores Consumers’ Day in Court Over Financial Misconduct, July 10, 2017 National Consumer Law Center Advocates Condemn U.S. Department of Education Blocking Important Protections against For-Profit School Fraud, July 6, 2017 New Reforms Will Improve Credit Reporting Accuracy for Millions of Consumers, June 28, 2017 Class Actions Matter: Consumers Mislabeled as Terrorists Join [...]

Press Releases (Archived)2019-01-04T17:32:30-05:00

News Archive

2014 FCC Set to Open Floodgates for Robocalls to Cell Phones, Jan. 14, 2015 The National Consumer Law Center Receives Grant to Help Poor Families Maintain Heat and Power, Jan. 12, 2015 NCLC Applauds CFPB Student Loan Debt Relief Enforcement Action, Dec. 11, 2014 CFPB Report and Hearing Show Urgent Need to Protect Consumers from [...]

News Archive2019-01-04T17:32:22-05:00