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As CFPB Sues MoneyGram Under Remittance Rule It Asks To Seal Exhibits Despite Lugosch

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SDNY COURTHOUSE, Sept 20 – The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau sued MoneyGram for delays and opacity in remittance transfers, in violation of its Remittance Rule.

On September 19, 2022, the CFPB asked U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York Judge Katherine Polk Failla to allow it to more sealed submission in the case, called temporarily sealed.

Even the CFPB admits there is a presumption of immediate public access to judicial documents like this - an argument Inner City Press has previously prevailed on in the SDNY and elsewhere. So how temporary is temporary?

The case is Consumer Financial Protection Bureau et al. v. MoneyGram International, Inc. et al., 22-cv-3256 (Failla)


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