Banks are under fire today not just from our elected representatives, stock market analysts, and regulators. Increasingly, banks are being sued by their own customers who are trying desperately to escape paying their debts. Their claims against banks can be asserted affirmatively or they can pop up as defenses to a bank’s collection efforts.
“Lender liability” claims can take many forms. Today we are seeing a dramatic rise in such claims in both the commercial and consumer contexts. Foley invites you to join us for a three-part Web conference series on lender liability. The first two parts will focus on consumer claims and defenses. The third part of our series will focus on the commercial context.
In our first session, Foley Partners Michael C. Lueder and William J. McKenna and Senior Counsel Christi R. Adams covered the Truth in Lending Act (TILA) and the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA). Topics included:
For more information, please contact Kristen Martin at firstname.lastname@example.org or 312.832.4725.
Michael C. Lueder is the attorney responsible for the content of this program.