Here is the order in Consumer Financial Protection Board v. CashCall Inc. (C.D. Cal.):
Here is the motion in Hopi Tribe et al v. Donald J. Trump et al, 17-cv-02590 (D.D.C.):
Link: Case Archive
Here is the notice in Consumer Financial Protection Board v. Golden Valley Lending et al, 17-cv-02521 (Kan.):
The federal government filed a notice of voluntary dismissal of its loan practices suit against four lenders owned by the Habematolel Pomo of Upper Lake, but didn’t offer a specific reason why. The CFPB said in a brief statement to Law360 that it would “continue to investigate the transactions that were at issue,” but declined to comment further because it was an open enforcement issue.
The government did say, however, in a filing from Dec. 5 that the bureau wanted more time to “consult with new leadership” before it submitted additional briefs.
The CFPB’s move to toss the case came just two days after news that the bureau planned to reopen a controversial rule that would bring federal regulations to the payday lending and auto-title lending industries.
The CFPB under its former director, Richard Cordray, finalized a rule in October that would for the first time mandate that payday lenders determine that borrowers can afford the loans they take out, amid a host of other major reforms, marking the last major action of his tenure.
But Office of Management and Budget Director Mick Mulvaney, who is serving as the acting director of the CFPB under an appointment by President Donald Trump that is currently being contested at the D.C. Circuit, is a known opponent of the rule, and on Tuesday he made his move to reopen rulemaking procedures, with the likely effect of taking apart many of its most important provisions.
Job vacancies are posted on Friday. Some announcements might still appear throughout the week. If you would like your Indian law or leadership job posted on Turtle Talk, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fort McDowell Yavapai Nation
Assistant General Counsel, Fountain Hills, A.Z. Provides legal advice to the Tribal Council, tribal departments and economic enterprises. Represent the Nation in matters brought in Tribal, State and Federal court. Closes Tuesday January 23, 2018.
Native American Rights Fund
Fellow, Anchorage, A.K. NARF is seeking a current third-year law student or recent law school graduate with a strong background in federal Indian law and public service for a two-year fellowship starting in September 2018. Please submit application letter, names and addresses of three references, writing sample, and law school transcript to Jill Rush at email@example.com. Deadline is Friday, February 16, 2018.
Intertribal Court of Southern California
Tribal Court Administrator, Valley Center, C.A. Responsible for the management of the non-judicial administration and day-to-day operations of the Intertribal Court. Interested applicants should submit cover letter and resume to Human Resources via email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Position is open until filled. Previously posted in #53.
Colorado River Indian Tribes
Deputy Attorney General (Civil). Provides legal representation to the Colorado River Indian Tribes, its Tribal Council, departments, and enterprises. The Office is a diverse and dynamic working environment. Previously posted in #42.
Bear Ears Tribal Commission
Commission Director, Four Corners Area. The Director will implement the Commission’s directives as it collaboratively identifies and helps to implement interim visitation, site protection, and interpretation strategies for the monument, and as it engages in the preparation of recommendations for the national monument management plan for Bears Ears National Monument, Utah. Previously posted in #49.
Previous Friday Job Announcements: 2018/01/12
Here is the order in Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe of Michigan et al v. Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan, 16-cv-10317 (E.D. Mich.):
Here is yesterday’s order list.
Petition stage materials here.
Today’s presentation will feature my favorite two difficult clients, Vernon Big Chief and Sheldon FiveBulls (Miigwetch to the 1491s for permission to use screenshots from their video “Master Debaters” — sadly only one of “The Three Ps” will be mentioned in this presentation):