Colorado “True Lender” Matters Settled | Alston & Vogel

A&B abstract: Like us before reported, the administrator of the Colorado Uniform Consumer Credit Code is involved in a lawsuit against certain marketplace loan programs alleging that marketplace lenders are the real lenders and cannot enforce contracts that exceed the Colorado legal interest rate limit. On August 18, 2020, the …

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Hard in the paint: Loan-Anh Johnson

WICHITA, Kan. (KSNW) – Loan-Anh Johnson is a retired South High basketball player who received a scholarship from Nicholls State, Louisiana. During the 2019-2020 season, Johnson was named Player of the Week by the Southland Conference, which followed with an end-of-season injury. “It was tough because I’ve just had such …

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Please do not ask VC-backed startups to change their charters

By Ed carpenter, Matthew J. Moisan, Kimberly E. Lomot, Anthony pergola and Eric Weiner. ******** Update April 7th: Ministry of Finance issued instructions (April 6) with the note that you can irrevocably do without it (or otherwise give up). This unequivocally supports the position expressed in the article below (published …

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