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“Tribal Immunity” May No Longer Be a Get-Out-of-Jail Free Card for Payday Lenders

Public Justice is pleased to announce the publication of a comprehensive, first-of-its kind report that explores both the public face of tribal lending and the behind-the-scenes arrangements. It’s our hope that this report will be a helpful tool for lawmakers, policymakers, consumer advocates, journalists, researchers, and state, federal, and tribal officials interested in finding solutions to the economic injustices that result from predatory lending.

Stop secrecy. End harassment.

With the increase in public consciousness and discussion of sexual harassment in the workplace, a nefarious part of many employment contracts and settlement agreements has also come under long overdue scrutiny: non-disclosure agreements (NDAs). Public Justice has been at the forefront of the battle against…

Public Justice Statement on CFPB Director Richard Cordray

Earlier today, Richard Cordray, Director of the CFPB, announced he will be stepping down from the agency at the end of the month. Public Justice’s executive director, Paul Bland, issued the following statement in response to Cordray’s announcement:

Stepping Up. Even More.

I’m thrilled to announce that Public Justice has added a new position to our staff. Today, we welcome our new Outreach Manager, who will be working to rally and mobilize grassroots support for the issues at the heart of Public Justice’s mission.