After looking at the differing approaches of the former and current CFPB Directors to using the CFPB’s authorities, we look ahead to how the CFPB’s leadership is expected to change in a Biden Administration. Topics discussed include how the choice of a new Director will be made (including the impact of the Georgia Senate runoff elections), who can serve as Acting Director pending a new Director’s confirmation, and what approach a new Director will take to using the CFPB’s authorities and how it will differ most from the current Director’s approach.
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