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Why You Should Attend
2023 marks the 28th year of this exceptional program, which, by bringing together speakers with vastly different perspectives, is considered the premier consumer financial services CLE program in the country.
The DOJ, CFPB, FTC, HUD and federal banking agencies continue to implement changes to embrace new priorities, including aggressive and enhanced consumer protection and pursuing racial justice initiatives. State regulators and attorneys general are actively collaborating with their federal partners to move their agendas, as well as independently pursuing initiatives within their own states and in conjunction with other states.
The volume of private litigation, particularly focused on credit reporting, debt collection, deposit account issues, and data privacy and security also remains high, with evolving changes based on recent jurisprudence, including from the Supreme Court.
This popular 1.5-day event brings together faculty representing a wide range of perspectives ranging from federal and state regulatory and enforcement agency representatives to experienced defense, in house counsel and consumer advocates who will bring you up to speed on what they are focusing on now and the areas in which the risk of private litigation, including class actions, remains high. They will focus on how the complex network of federal and state laws applies to the broad range of consumer financial services, including mortgages; auto finance; credit, debit and prepaid cards; student loans; marketplace lending and fintech; payday, auto title and installment lending; and deposit accounts. Join us and our esteemed faculty for an insightful review of the most current financial services issues.
What You Will Learn
After completing this program, participants will be able to:
- Understand current priorities at the federal regulatory agencies
- Hear about regulatory and enforcement initiatives of the state regulators and attorneys general
- Evaluate evolving state litigation trends on a wide range of topics, including class actions, arbitration and debt collection
- Hear updates on the impact of the CFPB’s debt collection rules on the regulatory and litigation fronts
- Hear how the CFPB might use UDAAP laws to supplement the coverage of fair lending statutes
- Get the latest updates on credit reporting, privacy and data security
- Examine litigation and regulatory trends involving deposit accounts, retail banking, and alternative loan products
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.
- Earn up to one full hour of Ethics credit exploring the unique professional responsibility challenges practitioners face in the consumer financial services space
- Lunch will be provided for all in person attendees and faculty on site within each conference facility
Program Level: Overview
Advanced Preparation: None