Defending and Managing an Investigation by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (Part Two of Two)

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In part two of this series, Weil’s Bruce Colbath, Michael Lyle, and Walt Zalenski explore the “practical aspects of responding to and defending a Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s (CFPB) investigation.”  From the onset of the investigation through the process, the authors cover CID response; data and document production; privilege, privacy, and confidentiality; as well as witness testimony.  Appearing in Consumer Financial Services Law Report on September 22, 2011, the article emphasizes various preservation or lost opportunity aspects.

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