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ABA Asks Congress for Single Standard for Handling Privileged Bank Documents

Concerned that privileged bank information submitted to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau may not be protected, the American Bar Association has asked Congress to pass legislation that would create a single, consistent standard for handling privileged bank documents. "As you...
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Lifestyle / Shopping : The Consumerist (4 years ago)

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