By Sarah Jarvis (June 7, 2022, 6:24 p.m. EDT) – The Ninth Circuit has agreed to rehear en banc a payday loan case that a split panel previously decided to send to arbitration, after groups of defense weighed in and argued that the ruling allows fraudsters who use Native American tribes as a front to circumvent federal consumer laws to avoid scrutiny of their operations.
In a one-page order Monday, Chief Circuit Judge Mary H. Murguia overruled a September opinion of U.S. Circuit Judges Danielle J. Forrest, Lawrence VanDyke and William A. Fletcher, the latter dissenting. The panel’s decision quashed and remanded the case after a lower court granted certification…
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