D.C. Circuit's Brett Kavanaugh Doubles Down on Criticism of CFPB
Back in October, Brett Kavanaugh, a judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit, wrote a 101-page majority ruling assailing the "massive, unchecked" power of the single director-led Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. Kavanaugh recently got a second chance to weigh in—weeks before the full D.C. Circuit will take a fresh look at mortgage lender PHH Corp.'s claims. Writing in an unrelated case, Kavanaugh predicted the D.C. Circuit—or the U.S. Supreme Court—will find the structure of the agency unconstitutional.
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