American Conference Institute's 21st National Conference on Consumer Finance Class Actions & Litigation

29 January 2015 New York, NY Past Event

Location

New York Marriott Downtown
New York, NY

Agenda

January 29-30, 2015
Foley Partner Christi Lawson will be a panelist at the American Conference Institute's 21st National Conference on Consumer Finance Class Actions & Litigation held at the New York Marriott Downtown on January 29-30, 2015. The conference will feature in-house insights from leading companies and judicial perspectives, along with distinguished faculty and panelists.

Lawson will participate in the panel titled, "CFPB Enhanced Oversight and Heightened Scrutiny of the Industry: Evaluating Lessons Learned from Recent Enforcement Actions, Preparing for Investigations and Examinations and Looking Ahead to Rulemaking Updates." Lawson, along with Donald Maurice of Maurice & Needleman, P.C., and Gerald Sachs of Paul Hastings LLP, will discuss an array of issues including:

  • Assessing recent enforcement actions and investigations undertaken by the CFPB: Lessons learned; Trends in enforcement actions; Which market sectors are receiving enhanced scrutiny and why?; Pursuit of mortgage reinsurance cases
  • Anticipating the types of claims that the CFPB will be pursuing in the near-term: Bulletin relating to mortgage servicing transfers: Which CFPB actions will lead to
    piggybacking private actions?
  • Preparing for and responding to CFPB investigations
  • Responding to CIDs (Civil Investigative Demands)
  • Where the CFPB is likely headed in the coming months: Trends in examinations and investigations; What to expect
  • Assessing coordination efforts between the CFPB and other federal and state agencies, including state AGs
  • Rulemaking updates: Recent enforcement actions claiming ‘disparate impact’
  • Impact of the CFPB’s consumer complaints database on consumer finance litigation: How have plaintiffs’ counsel responded?; How financial institutions can use the database
    to anticipate and prepare for the next wave of litigation and develop proactive compliance strategies to minimize risk
  • Assessing the CFPB’s adjudication procedures
  • Attorney-client privilege and the CFPB

For more information and to register for the event, visit the American Conference Institute's website.

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American Conference Institute's 21st National Conference on Consumer Finance Class Actions & Litigation

Location

New York Marriott Downtown
New York, NY

Agenda

January 29-30, 2015