Consumer Financial Protection Bureau director Richard Cordray, left, and New Mexico Attorney General Hector Balderas, right, sit at the Albuquerque Convention Center Thursday before the bureau proposed to ban arbitration clauses that class-action lawsuits against financial firms over deceptive practices.
Consumer Financial Protection Bureau director Richard Cordray, left, and New Mexico Attorney General Hector Balderas, right, sit at the Albuquerque Convention Center Thursday before the bureau proposed to ban arbitration clauses that class-action lawsuits against financial firms over deceptive practices. Russell Contreras Associated Press
Consumer Financial Protection Bureau director Richard Cordray, left, and New Mexico Attorney General Hector Balderas, right, sit at the Albuquerque Convention Center Thursday before the bureau proposed to ban arbitration clauses that class-action lawsuits against financial firms over deceptive practices. Russell Contreras Associated Press