A key U.S. Supreme Court ruling wasn’t enough to convince a federal judge to strike down a federal agency’s investigation of a New Jersey lawyer who operates a debt-collection service and has spent three years and $80,000 fighting.

New York judge Kenneth Karas on Aug. 18 granted the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s petition to enforce its Civil Investigative Demand against the Law Offices of Crystal Moroney, who along with the New Civil Liberties Alliance has taken her resistance to court.

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