The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's plan to restrict the use of mandatory arbitration clauses is likely to be scuttled by Congress, the incoming Trump administration or an industry lawsuit.

While the future of the agency and its director are both up in the air, many are now focused on its efforts to finalize the arbitration plan, which the industry fiercely opposes.

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