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22nd Annual Consumer Financial Services Institute

Released on: Apr. 7, 2017
Running Time: 12:00:36

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) recently celebrated its fifth anniversary and the consumer financial services industry is struggling to keep pace with the CFPB’s extraordinary number of regulatory and enforcement initiatives.  At the same time, other federal and state regulators and attorneys general are ramping up their activity.  All of these developments have resulted in a sea change in how the industry is treating compliance.  Also, the volume of private litigation, including class actions, remains very high. 

Our program will focus on a broad array of recent regulatory, enforcement and litigation issues relating to mortgages, auto finance, student loans, credit, debit and prepaid cards, deposit accounts, the use of emerging payment systems, including mobile wallets, and other products and services.  We will focus on new developments pertaining to fair lending, the TCPA, FDCPA, the FCRA, the Military Lending Act and SCRA.  Join us and our esteemed faculty for an insightful review of this dynamic area of legal practice. 

You will learn:

  • Developments at the CFPB during the past year and its agenda for the next year, featuring several speakers from the CFPB
  • Recent regulatory and enforcement initiatives at the FTC and DOJ, and other Federal and State regulators and Attorneys General
  • The latest wave of class action litigation against banks and other consumer financial services companies
  • Regulatory and litigation priorities of consumer advocates in the next year
  • The increased focus on privacy and data security and how that affects products being offered over the Internet and through mobile devices
  • Marketplace and other online lending issues

Special Features:

  • Earn up to one full hour of ethics credit
  • All new panels: “The Rapidly Changing Regulatory Landscape for Emerging Payment Systems” “Federal Regulators Speak: Priorities & Coordination”, “Ethical Issues Unique to the Consumer Space/Class Actions”

All professionals involved in consumer financial services, including lawyers, legal and compliance professionals, bankers, lenders, debt collectors, credit bureaus, consumer advocates and professors will gain many practical takeaways from this program.

Lecture Topics [Total time 12:00:36]

Segments with an asterisk (*) are available only with the purchase of the entire program.


  • Introduction and Opening Remarks* [00:02:38]
    Alan S. Kaplinsky, Julia B. Strickland, Beth E. Terrell, Elizabeth A. Ryan
  • The CFPB Speaks [02:06:11]
    Eric J. Mogilnicki, Peggy L. Twohig, James Kim, Anthony Alexis, Diane E. Thompson
  • Federal Regulators Speak: Priorities & Coordination [01:01:00]
    Kenneth J. Lennon, Sameena Shina Majeed, Malini Mithal, Quyen T. Truong
  • State Regulatory Initiatives and Developments [00:59:23]
    Joy Feigenbaum, Shennan A. Kavanagh
  • Class Action Developments and Settlements and UDAP Update [01:01:08]
    Aaron D. Van Oort, Hon. Shira A. Scheindlin (Ret.), Hassan A. Zavareei
  • Data Security and Privacy Issues [01:00:24]
    Hadley L. Matarazzo, Katherine E. McCarron, David A. Carney
  • TCPA / Fair Credit Reporting Act/ Debt Collection Issues [01:16:22]
    Lauri A. Mazzuchetti, Adrienne McEntree
  • Hot-Button Consumer Financial Services Issues [01:33:40]
    F. Paul Bland, Jr., Deepak Gupta, Christopher L. Peterson
  • The Rapidly Changing Regulatory Landscape for Emerging Payment Systems [01:00:10]
    Christina Tetreault, Clifford S. Stanford
  • Fair Lending [00:59:31]
    Diane Cipollone, Skye Lynn Perryman
  • Ethical Issues Unique to the Consumer Space/Class Actions [01:00:09]
    Nancy J. Moore, Jennifer Smith Finnegan

The purchase price of this Web Program includes the following articles from the Course Handbook available online:


  • COMPLETE COURSE HANDBOOK
  • Covington & Burling, CFPB Fall Regulatory Agenda Released (December 6, 2016)
    Eric J. Mogilnicki
  • Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, Supervisory Highlights, Issue 13, Fall 2016 (October 2016)
    Peggy L. Twohig
  • Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, Supervisory Highlights, Issue 12, Summer 2016 (June 2016)
    Peggy L. Twohig
  • Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, Supervisory Highlights Mortgage Servicing Special Edition, Issue 11 (June 2016)
    Peggy L. Twohig
  • Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, CFPB Compliance Bulletin 2016-03, Detecting and Preventing Consumer Harm from Production Incentives (November 28, 2016)
    Peggy L. Twohig
  • Press Release, CFPB Warns Financial Companies About Sales and Production Incentives That May Lead to Fraud or Consumer Abuse (November 28, 2016)
    Peggy L. Twohig
  • Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection, Compliance Bulletin and Policy Guidance, No. 2016-02, Service Providers (October 19, 2016)
    Peggy L. Twohig
  • Ballard Spahr LLP, Consumer Financial Services Group, CFPB Issues Proposed Regulations to Prohibit Class Action Waivers in Consumer Arbitration Agreements (May 5, 2016)
    Christopher J. Willis, Alan S. Kaplinsky
  • Jeremy T. Rosenblum, Ballard Spahr LLP, CFPB Monitor, CFPB Issues Proposed Payday/Auto Title/High-Rate Installment Loan Rule (June 2, 2016)
    Christopher J. Willis, Alan S. Kaplinsky
  • Jeremy C. Sairsingh, Ballard Spahr LLP, CFPB Monitor, CFPB Issues Request for Information and Report in Conjunction with Release of Proposed Payday/ Auto Title/High-Rate Installment Loan Rule (June 3, 2016)
    Christopher J. Willis, Alan S. Kaplinsky
  • Ballard Spahr LLP, Consumer Financial Services Group, CFPB and DOJ Settle Fair Lending Claims Involving Allegations of Redlining, Discretionary Underwriting and Pricing, and Overt Discrimination (July 8, 2016)
    Christopher J. Willis, Alan S. Kaplinsky
  • John L. Culhane, Jr., Ballard Spahr LLP, CFPB Monitor, CFPB Builds Case for ECOA Protection for Gender Identity and Sexual Orientation; Ballard to Conduct Nov. 3 Webinar (September 22, 2016)
    Alan S. Kaplinsky, Christopher J. Willis
  • Ballard Spahr LLP, Consumer Financial Services Group, CFPB Previews Debt Collection Rule in SBREFA Outline (July 29, 2016)
    Alan S. Kaplinsky, Christopher J. Willis
  • Ballard Spahr LLP, Consumer Financial Services Group, CFPB Finalizes Sweeping Expansion of Prepaid Account Regulations (October 6, 2016)
    Christopher J. Willis, Alan S. Kaplinsky
  • Ballard Spahr LLP, Consumer Financial Services and Mortgage Banking Groups, D.C. Circuit Holds CFPB Structure Unconstitutional, Interpretation of RESPA Not Entitled to Deference (October 12, 2016)
    Christopher J. Willis, Alan S. Kaplinsky
  • Christopher J. Willis and John. L. Culhane, Jr., Ballard Spahr LLP, CFPB Monitor, The CFPB’s Latest LEP Guidance: A Step in the Right Direction (November 8, 2016)
    Christopher J. Willis, Alan S. Kaplinsky
  • Alan S. Kaplinsky, Ballard Spahr LLP, CFPB Monitor, CFPB Asks for Rehearing en banc in PHH Case (November 21, 2016)
    Christopher J. Willis, Alan S. Kaplinsky
  • Barbara S. Mishkin, Ballard Spahr LLP, CFPB Monitor, CFPB Issues Request for Information on Consumer Access to Financial Information (November 18, 2016)
    Christopher J. Willis, Alan S. Kaplinsky
  • Barbara S. Mishkin, Ballard Spahr LLP, CFPB Monitor, CFPB Issues Bulletin on Incentive Programs, Ballard Spahr to conduct Dec. 14 Webinar (November 29, 2016)
    Christopher J. Willis, Alan S. Kaplinsky
  • Barbara S. Mishkin, Ballard Spahr LLP, CFPB Monitor, CFPB Submits Proposal to Expand Consumer Complaint Feedback for OMB Approval (December 1, 2016)
    Alan S. Kaplinsky, Christopher J. Willis
  • Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, Federal Reserve Board of Governors, Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, Joint Release, No. NR 2016-162, Agencies Release Annual CRA Asset-Size Threshold Adjustments for Small and Intermediate Small Institutions (December 29, 2016)
    Kenneth J. Lennon
  • Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, Joint Release, No. NR 2016-82, Agencies Release Final Revisions to Interagency Questions and Answers Regarding Community Reinvestment (July 15, 2016)
    Kenneth J. Lennon
  • U.S. Department of the Treasury, Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, Semiannual Risk Perspective from the National Risk Committee (Fall 2016)
    Kenneth J. Lennon
  • John C. Lyons Jr., Senior Deputy Comptroller and Chief National Bank Examiner, U.S. Department of the Treasury, Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, OCC Bulletin No. 2014-37, Re: Consumer Debt Sales, Risk Management Guidance (August 4, 2014)
    Kenneth J. Lennon
  • U.S. Department of the Treasury, Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, News Release, No. NR 2016-152, OCC to Consider Fintech Charter Applications, Seeks Comment (December 2, 2016)
    Kenneth J. Lennon
  • U.S. Department of the Treasury, Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, Recommendations and Decisions for Implementing a Responsible Innovation Framework (October 2016)
    Kenneth J. Lennon
  • U.S. Department of the Treasury, Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, Fiscal Year 2017 Bank Supervision Operating Plan, Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, Committee on Bank Supervision
    Quyen T. Truong
  • U.S. Department of the Treasury, Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, Exploring Special Purpose National Bank Charters for Fintech Companies (December 2016)
    Quyen T. Truong
  • FTC Bureau of Consumer Protection, Division of Financial Practices, “Follow the Lead” Workshop, Staff Perspective (September 2016)
    Quyen T. Truong
  • Memorandum of Understanding between the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and the United States Department of Justice Regarding Fair Lending Coordination (December 6, 2012)
    Quyen T. Truong
  • Press Release, DFS Superintendent Vullo Takes Action to Curb Harmful Annuity Replacement Practices in the Life Insurance Industry (December 8, 2016)
    Joy Feigenbaum
  • Insurance Circular Letter No. 7 (2016), From James V. Regalbuto, Deputy Superintendent for Life Insurance, To Producers and Insurers, Re: Unsuitable Deferred-to-Immediate Annuity Contract Replacements and Betterment of Rate Calculations (December 8, 2016)
    Joy Feigenbaum
  • Maria T. Vullo, Superintendent, New York State Department of Financial Services, Letter to Monica Jackson, Office of the Executive Secretary, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, Re: Proposed Rulemaking: Payday, Vehicle Title, and Certain High-Cost Installment Loans, Docket No. CFPB-2016-0025 (October 7, 2016)
    Joy Feigenbaum
  • Receiver’s Forensic Accounting Report and Recommendations, CFPB et al. v. Pension Funding LLC, et al., Case No. 8:15-cv-1329 (C.D. Cal. Oct. 19, 2016)
    Joy Feigenbaum
  • Consent Order, In the Matter of Future Income Payments, LLC, New York State Department of Financial Services (October 2016)
    Joy Feigenbaum
  • Consent Order, In the Matter of National Credit Adjusters, LLC, New York State Department of Financial Services (May 2016)
    Joy Feigenbaum
  • Consent Order, In the Matter of Webcollex LLC d/b/a/ CKS Financial, New York State Department of Financial Services (May 17, 2016)
    Joy Feigenbaum
  • Consent Order, In the Matter of Blue Global LLC and Chris K. Kay, New York State Department of Financial Services (March 2016)
    Joy Feigenbaum
  • A Judge’s Empirical Experience in Class Action Litigation, N.Y.L.J., January 10, 2017
    Hon. Shira A. Scheindlin
  • Written Testimony Before the Advisory Committee on Civil Rules, Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts, Re: November 3, 2016 Hearing on Proposed Amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (October 24, 2016)
    Hassan A. Zavareei
  • Preliminary Draft of Proposed Amendments to the Federal Rules of Appellate, Bankruptcy, Civil and Criminal Procedure Prepared by the Committee on Rules of Practice and Procedure of the Judicial Conference of the United States (August 2016)
    Hassan A. Zavareei
  • Spokeo v. Robins, 136 S.Ct. 1540 (May 24, 2016)
    Hannah Chanoine
  • Mocek v. Allsaints USA Ltd., No. 16 C 8484, 2016 WL 7116590 (N.D. Ill. Dec. 7, 2016)
    Hannah Chanoine
  • Briseno v. ConAgra Foods, Inc., 2017 WL 24618 (9th Cir. Jan. 3, 2017)
    Hannah Chanoine
  • Key Issues in Consumer Data Breach Litigation, Practical Law Intellectual Property & Technology
    Paul G. Karlsgodt
  • Ponemon Institute 2016 Cost of Data Breach Study: United States, Benchmark Research Sponsored by IBM Independently Conducted by Ponemon Institute LLC (June 2016)
    Gretchen Freeman Cappio, Hadley L. Matarazzo
  • Data Security and Privacy Issues (PowerPoint slides)
    Gretchen Freeman Cappio, Hadley L. Matarazzo
  • Federal Trade Commission, Protecting Personal Information, A Guide for Business, (October 2016)
    Katherine E. McCarron
  • Federal Trade Commission, Data Breach Response, A Guide for Business (September 2016)
    Katherine E. McCarron
  • Federal Trade Commission, Identity Theft, A Recovery Plan (September 2016)
    Katherine E. McCarron
  • Recent Developments in TCPA Law (Substantive Outline)
    Lauri A. Mazzuchetti, Elizabeth Silver, Jennifer Fischer
  • Important Post-Spokeo Opinions (Substantive Outline)
    E. Michelle Drake
  • Selected Arbitration Decisions Since June 1, 2015
    F. Paul Bland, Jr., Leslie Bailey
  • People v. Miami Nation Enterprises et al., Cal. No. S216878 (Filed December 22, 2016)
    F. Paul Bland, Jr.
  • Order Granting Plaintiff Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s Motion for Partial Summary Judgement; Denying Defendants’ Motion for Summary Judgment, CFPB v. CashCall, Inc., et al., Case No. CV 15-7522-JFW (RAOx) (C.D. Cal. Aug. 31, 2016)
    F. Paul Bland, Jr.
  • Appellant’s Opening Brief, Dang v. Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd., et al., Case No. CV 15-16768 (9th Cir. Dec. 14, 2015)
    F. Paul Bland, Jr.
  • Brief of the American Association for Justice as Amicus Curiae in Support of Defendants, Chamber of Commerce of the United States, et al., v. Perez, Civil Action No. 3:16-cv-1476-M (N.D. Tex. Aug. 26, 2016)
    Deepak Gupta
  • The Rapidly Changing Regulatory Landscape for Emerging Payments Systems (January 9, 2017)
    Christina Tetreault, Clifford S. Stanford, Amy R. Lauck
  • Fair Lending (Substantive Outline) (December 30, 2016)
    Diane Cipollone
  • Equal Credit Opportunity §1691, 15 U.S.C. 41 (2011)
    Skye Lynn Perryman
  • Texas Dept. of Housing and Community Affairs, et al. v. Inclusive Communities Project, Inc., et al., 576 U.S.___(2015) (No. 13-1371)
    Skye Lynn Perryman
  • Exec. Order No. 13166, Improving Access to Services for Persons with Limited English Proficiency, 65 Fed. Reg. 159 (August 16, 2000)
    Skye Lynn Perryman
  • U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, Office of General Counsel Guidance on Fair Housing Act Protections for Persons with Limited English Proficiency (September 15, 2016)
    Skye Lynn Perryman
  • Department of Justice, Guidance to Federal Financial Assistance Recipients Regarding Title VI Prohibition Against National Origin Discrimination Affecting Limited English Proficient Persons, 67 Fed. Reg. 117 (June 18, 2002)
    Skye Lynn Perryman
  • Fair Housing Act, 42 U.S.C. §§3601–3619 (August 6, 2015)
    Skye Lynn Perryman
  • David W. Ogden, et al., Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr LLP, Disparate Impact Survives—Court Outlines Limitations on Liability (July 6, 2015)
    Skye Lynn Perryman
  • Outline of Ethics Resources for Lawyers Relating to the Use of Social Media (January 2017)
    Jennifer Smith Finnegan
  • James L. Burt and Jeremy J. Cook, Ethical Considerations Concerning Contacts by Counsel or Investigators with Present and Former Employees of an Opposing Party, Vol. 38 St. Mary’s L.J. on Legal Malpractice & Ethics 963–1002 (2007)
    Nancy J. Moore
  • Benjamin J. Vernia, Right of Attorney to Conduct Ex Parte Interviews with Former Corporate Employees, 57 A.L.R. 5th 633 (1998) (Annotation)
    Nancy J. Moore
  • The Delaware Lawyers’ Rules of Professional Conduct: Rules 4.1–4.3 (July 1, 2003)
    Nancy J. Moore
  • Model Rule 8.4(g): The American Bar Association’s Recently Adopted Anti-Discrimination and Anti-Harassment Rule (January 9, 2017)
    Anna J. Mitran, Anne P. Ray
  • Conflicts of Interest in Class-Action Litigation (January 9, 2017)
    Anna J. Mitran, Anne P. Ray

Presentation Material


  • The CFPB Speaks - HANDOUT
    Eric J. Mogilnicki
  • Federal Regulators Speak: Priorities & Coordination
    Kenneth J. Lennon, Sameena Shina Majeed, Malini Mithal, Quyen T. Truong
  • State Regulatory Initiatives and Developments
    Joy Feigenbaum
  • Class Action Developments and Settlements and UDAP Update
    Hon. Shira A. Scheindlin (Ret.)
  • Class Action Developments and Settlements and UDAP Update HANDOUT
    Julia B. Strickland
  • Cybersecurity
    Katherine E. McCarron
  • Data Security and Privacy Issues
    Hadley L. Matarazzo
  • Data Security and Privacy Issues
    David A. Carney
  • TCPA/Fair Credit Reporting Act/Debt Collection Issues
    Adrienne McEntree
  • TCPA/Fair Credit Reporting Act/Debt Collection Issues
    Lauri A. Mazzuchetti, Adrienne McEntree
  • The Rapidly Changing Regulatory Landscape for Emerging Payment Systems
    Clifford S. Stanford, Christina Tetreault
  • Fair Lending
    Diane Cipollone, Skye Lynn Perryman
  • Ethical Issues Unique to the Consumer Space/Class Actions
    Jennifer Smith Finnegan, Nancy J. Moore
Co-Chair(s)
Alan S. Kaplinsky ~ Ballard Spahr LLP
Elizabeth A. Ryan ~ Bailey & Glasser LLP
Julia B. Strickland ~ Stroock & Stroock & Lavan LLP
Beth E. Terrell ~ Terrell Marshall Law Group
Speaker(s)
Anthony Alexis ~ Assistant Director for Enforcement, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB)
F. Paul Bland, Jr. ~ Executive Director, Public Justice
David A. Carney ~ Baker & Hostetler LLP
Diane Cipollone ~ Former Director of Training, National Fair Housing Alliance (NFHA), Cipollone Legal Consults LLC
Joy Feigenbaum ~ Executive Deputy Superintendent, Financial Frauds & Consumer Protection Division, New York State Department of Financial Services
Jennifer Smith Finnegan ~ General Counsel, Herrick, Feinstein LLP
Deepak Gupta ~ Gupta Wessler PLLC
Shennan A. Kavanagh ~ Deputy Chief of the Consumer Protection Division, Office of the Attorney General of Massachusetts
James Kim ~ Ballard Spahr LLP
Kenneth J. Lennon ~ Director, Community and Consumer Law, Office of the Comptroller of the Currency
Sameena Shina Majeed ~ Chief, Housing & Civil Enforcement Section, U.S.Department of Justice
Hadley L. Matarazzo ~ Faraci Lange, LLP
Lauri A. Mazzuchetti ~ Kelley Drye & Warren LLP
Katherine E. McCarron ~ Attorney, Division of Privacy and Identity Protection , Bureau of Consumer Protection,Federal Trade Commission
Adrienne McEntree ~ Terrell Marshall Law Group PLLC
Malini Mithal ~ Acting Associate Director, Division of Financial Practices, Federal Trade Commission
Eric J. Mogilnicki ~ Covington & Burling LLP
Nancy J. Moore ~ Professor of Law, Boston University School of Law
Skye Lynn Perryman ~ Democracy Forward Foundation
Christopher L. Peterson ~ John J. Flynn Endowed Professor of Law, S.J. Quinney College of Law,University of Utah
Hon. Shira A. Scheindlin (Ret.) ~ Mediator and Arbitrator, JAMS
Clifford S. Stanford ~ Alston & Bird LLP
Christina Tetreault ~ Staff Attorney, Financial Services Program, Consumers Union
Diane E. Thompson (Invited) ~ Deputy Assistant Director, Office of Regulations, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB)
Quyen T. Truong ~ Stroock & Stroock & Lavan LLP
Peggy L. Twohig ~ Assistant Director for Supervision Policy, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB)
Aaron D. Van Oort ~ Faegre Baker Daniels LLP
Hassan A. Zavareei ~ Tycko & Zavareei LLP
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IAPP Continuing Privacy Credit (CPE):  PLI’s on-demand web programs may fulfill Privacy CPE credit requirements.

HR Recertification (HRCI):  PLI’s on-demand web programs may fulfill HR credit requirements.

SHRM Recertification (SHRM):  PLI’s on-demand web programs qualify as "self-paced" credit. SHRM professionals are limited to 30 credits of self-paced programs per recertification period.

Compliance Certification Board (CCB):  PLI’s on-demand web programs qualify as “self-study” credit. Candidates are limited to 10 self-study credits per 12-month period, and certification holders are limited to 20 self-study credits per 2-year renewal period.

Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialists Certification (CAMS):  PLI’s on-demand web programs are not approved for CAMS credit.

New York State Social Worker Continuing Education (SW CPE):  PLI’s on-demand web programs are not approved for SW CPE credit.

American Bankers Association Professional Certification (ABA):  PLI’s on-demand web programs may fulfill ABA credit requirements.

 

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