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October 25, 2019


Quyen Truong, a partner in Stroock’s Financial Services Litigation, Regulation and Enforcement Group and former assistant director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), was featured in a Law360 article about the decision by the Supreme Court to hear the case Seila Law LLC v. CFPB.

Along with other attorneys, Quyen doubts that the CFPB will be ruled unconstitutional by the court for having a single director, pointing out that the Seila Law case could very well be dismissed for “jurisdictional issues”.

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