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Why You Should Attend
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) recently celebrated its sixth anniversary and is undergoing a metamorphosis under Acting Director, Mick Mulvaney. At the same time, some federal and state regulators and attorneys general are ramping up their activity and threatening to fill any void if the successor to CFPB Director Cordray is less aggressive in pursuing enforcement. Also, the volume of private litigation, including class actions, remains high.
2018 will mark the 23rd year of this exceptional program. This year, we will focus on a broad array of recent regulatory, enforcement and litigation issues relating to mortgages; auto finance; credit, debit and prepaid cards; marketplace lending and Fintech; deposit accounts; student loans; and other products and services. We will also focus on new developments pertaining to fair lending, and the TCPA, FDCPA, FCRA, Military Lending Act and SCRA. Join us and our esteemed faculty for an insightful review of this dynamic area of legal practice.
What You Will Learn
• Hear from senior CFPB representatives about CFPB developments during the past year and the agency’s agenda for the next year
• Recent regulatory and enforcement initiatives of other federal and state regulators and attorneys general
• The latest wave of 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 impacts products being offered over the Internet and through smartphones
• Ethical pitfalls in the settlement context, including the impact of In re Payment Card Interchange Fee
Who Should Attend
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.
Program Level: Overview
Intended Audience: 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.
Advanced Preparation: None.