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Professor Prentiss Cox was quoted in the Wall Street Journal about his attorney friend Doug Miller who has worked for many years on making the residential real-estate industry fairer for consumers.…

Professor Prentiss Cox contributed to an Op-Ed in the Baltimore Sun about the danger of not reading the fine print in online contracts with companies.

Professor Prentiss Cox was quoted in a MarketWatch article reporting on recent settlements made by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau with companies and people accused of illegally charging student-…

Professor Prentiss Cox was quoted extensively in an article in American Banker (subscription required) about the recent settlement between the Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection and Wells Fargo Bank.…

Professor Prentiss Cox was quoted in an article in the Los Angeles Times discussing the state of consumer protection law. Cox observed that the Trump administration’s actions on consumer protection…

Professor Prentiss Cox was quoted in an American Banker article about the recent freeze imposed on the collection of personal level data by Mick Mulvaney, new acting director of the Consumer…

The turmoil at the Consumer Financial Protection Brueau was the subject of a story in the StarTribune in which Professor Prentiss Cox was quoted. Cox noted that the CFPB consumer response system has…

Professor Prentiss Cox was quoted in a Star Tribune story on the 51050 Senate vote which completed the Congressional rescission of a rule passed by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau limiting the…

Professor Prentiss Cox was quoted in a City Pages article on Congressional legislation to restrict the authority of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. Cox observed that the CFPB has been an…

Professor Prentiss Cox was quoted in a StarTribune article about the prevalance of consumer scams. Cox stated that enforcement aimed at stopping such scams typically will be more effective if there…

Professor Prentiss Cox was quoted in Bloomberg BNA about the role of state attorney generals as federal banking regulators turn away from enforcing strong consumer protections with change of leadership by the…

Professor Prentiss Cox was quoted in a Star Tribune article about legislation that would restrict the authority of the United States Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. Cox stated that…