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Boston College Law School

Banking and Finance Law

2019

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Comment Of Professor Patricia A. Mccoy On Docket No. Cfpb-2019-0039, Patricia A. Mccoy Sep 2019

Comment Of Professor Patricia A. Mccoy On Docket No. Cfpb-2019-0039, Patricia A. Mccoy

Boston College Law School Faculty Papers

In this comment letter, Professor McCoy responds to the Advance Notice of Proposed Rulemaking on Qualified Mortgages issued by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.


Inside Job: The Assault On The Structure Of The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, Patricia A. Mccoy Jun 2019

Inside Job: The Assault On The Structure Of The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, Patricia A. Mccoy

Boston College Law School Faculty Papers

Soon after the 2016 election of Donald Trump as President of the United States, while Republicans controlled Congress, opponents of the fledgling Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) opened a campaign against the Bureau. Their target was less the substance of federal consumer financial protection laws than the structure of the CFPB itself. This emphasis on structure was a response to the fact that Congress in 2010 had given special thought to the design of the CFPB to safeguard the Bureau and its mission.

In 2017, after legislation to weaken the Bureau’s structure failed in Congress and constitutional challenges to ...


Comment Of Legal Scholars On Authority To Require Supervision And Regulation Of Certain Nonbank Financial Companies, Financial Stability Oversight Council Rin 4030-Aa00, Daniel Schwarcz, Patricia A. Mccoy, Jeremy Kress May 2019

Comment Of Legal Scholars On Authority To Require Supervision And Regulation Of Certain Nonbank Financial Companies, Financial Stability Oversight Council Rin 4030-Aa00, Daniel Schwarcz, Patricia A. Mccoy, Jeremy Kress

Boston College Law School Faculty Papers

Professor McCoy coauthored this comment on a proposal by the Financial Stability Oversight Council to overhaul systemic risk regulation for nonbank financial firms.


The Rise Of The Working Class Shareholder: An Application, An Extension And A Challenge, Kent Greenfield Jan 2019

The Rise Of The Working Class Shareholder: An Application, An Extension And A Challenge, Kent Greenfield

Boston College Law School Faculty Papers

A review and analysis of David Webber's book The Rise of the Working Class Shareholder, with ideas on how to extend his points, and a challenge to one of his underlying assumptions with regard to the impact of Citizens United v Federal Election Commission.