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April 2022 OBA Legal Briefs

Nacha warranties and old unauthorized ACH debits P2P complaints Fair banking Nacha warranties and old unauthorized ACH debits By John S. Burnett Your bank just wrapped up its investigation of a consumer’s Regulation E claim involving a series of unauthorized ACH debits made by a gymnasium. Your customer, Sam, got a notice that the gym was being closed “temporarily” on …

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March 2022 OBA Legal Briefs

The Beneficial Ownership Rule hasn’t gone away UDA(A)P is becoming all the rage! The Beneficial Ownership Rule hasn’t gone away By John S. Burnett The Corporate Transparency Act of 2021 (CTA) was enacted by Congress on January 1, 2021, as Title XIV of the William M. Thornberry National Defense Authorization Act for 2021, Public Law 116-283. It added a new …

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February 2022 OBA Legal Briefs

Reg E FAQs – Part II Reg E FAQs – Part II By Andy Zavoina Last month I introduced you to the updated Reg E FAQ Guidance issued by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). The FAQ is a Compliance Aid as defined by the CFPB. It is not a new rule, but guidance on compliance with an existing rule. …

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January 2022 OBA Legal Briefs

The FDCPA Regulation—Part 2 The CFPB’s Reg E FAQ—Part 1 Don’t Ignore the FDCPA Regulation (Part 2) By John Burnett Part 1 of our update on the CFPB’s Regulation F (12 CFR Part 1006), “Fair Debt Collection Practices Act,” appears in our November 2021 Legal Briefs. False, deceptive, or misleading representations or means To remain compliant with section 1006.18 of …

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December 2021 OBA Legal Briefs

2022 to-dos today New year, new rule—Computer-security incident notification Foreclosure forbearance reminder [Editor’s note: Due to the timeliness of this months articles, Part 2 of last month’s article on the new Fair Debt Collection Practice Act regulation will appear in our January 2022 Legal Briefs.] _________________________________ 2022 to-dos today By Andy Zavoina It is hard to believe that we are …

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November 2021 OBA Legal Briefs

Don’t ignore the FDCPA regulation coming November 30 (Part 1) New Stuff on Legal Links Don’t ignore the FDCPA regulations By John S. Burnett The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s revisions to Regulation F become effective on November 30, 2021, less than a month from now. While on their face the rules in Reg F will apply to debt collectors who …

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