While the pace of the CFPB’s fair lending activities has slowed under its new leadership, significant fair lending developments are occurring elsewhere. In this week’s podcast, we discuss several of those developments and their broader implications. Our discussion focuses on New York and Connecticut fair lending developments involving auto finance, a private redlining lawsuit, and the FDIC’s recent report on the use of digital footprint data for credit underwriting. We conclude with a discussion of a letter recently issued by the Department of Justice to a Congressman regarding the website accessibility standards that companies must follow to be compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act.
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