WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court is set to hear at least two cases this fall that may have a dramatic impact on the lending business and the legality of certain new regulations.

Just a week after the high court said it would decide a case that might upend regulators' use of "disparate impact" theory to pursue fair-lending cases, the Supreme Court said Monday it would also hear a case that calls into question President Obama's recess appointments to the National Labor Relations Board.

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