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K. Dailey Wilson
K. Dailey Wilson
Associate
423.490.7567    
Tennessee
9431 Bradmore Lane
Suite 201
Ooltewah, TN 37363
423.490.7560
Fax: 423.490.7558
Practices

Professional Experience

Dailey is an associate in the firm's Tennessee office. She focuses her practice on federal and state regulatory compliance for alternative financial services providers, including consumer installment lenders, payday lenders, title lenders and rent-to-own providers. Dailey frequently assists alternative financial services providers with drafting consumer-facing documentation, ranging from applications to collections communications as well as internal policies and procedures. Dailey also routinely audits alternative financial service providers for compliance with state and federal law.

Prior to joining Hudson Cook, Dailey was a project attorney at King and Spalding, LLP, where she practiced in tort and environmental litigation, focusing on e-discovery.

Dailey serves on the Alumnae Council for Girls Preparatory School in Chattanooga, TN.

Dailey received her law degree cum laude in 2012 from the University of Georgia School of Law. She holds a Bachelor of Arts magna cum laude in History from the College of Charleston.

She is admitted to practice in Georgia and Tennessee and is a member of the American Bar Association.

Member, American Bar Association

Member, Georgia Bankers Association, Bank Counsel Section

Member, Alumnae Council, Girls Preparatory School

  • "Financial Services Law I," AFSA's THE EDGE, June 2019
  • "Accommodating vulnerable consumers: dissecting complex legal issues regarding the accessibility of financial products and services," Consumer Financial Services Conference, Hudson Cook/CounselorLibrary, April 2019
  • "Update on small dollar lending and alternative financial services," Consumer Financial Services Conference, Hudson Cook/CounselorLibrary, April 2019
  • "Are you repossessing responsibly?," Tennessee Dealer News, Nov/Dec 2019, co-authored with Ronald D. Gorsline
  • "FTC's Rules of the Road for Advertising: A Five-Point Inspection," Spot Delivery, September 2019, co-authored with Erica A.N. Kramer
  • "Does Your Credit Application Need a Tune-Up?", Tennessee Dealer News, Spring 2019, co-authored with Ronald D. Gorsline
  • "The Walking Dead: 2018 Small Dollar Lending Updates - Is the Small Dollar Loan Industry Mostly Dead or Slightly Alive?", 74 Bus. Law 553, Spring 2019, co-authored with Justin B. Hosie, Erica A.N. Kramer and Andrea S. Cottrell
  • "How Artful Drafting and Good Compliance Practices Can Save Contracts from an Untimely Death," Hudson Cook Insights, December 2018, co-authored with Blake Sims
  • "Attacks on Payday Lending: Ballot Initiatives, Legislation, and Attorney General Enforcement," Hudson Cook Insights, November 2018, co-authored with Catharine Andricos
  • "Choice-of-Law Clauses in Online Loans with Consumers," 24 No. 11 Westlaw Journal Bank and Lender Liability 01, October 2018, co-authored with Justin B. Hosie
  • "Stranger Things: Small-Dollar Lending Updates and the Arrival of a Final Rule," The Business Lawyer, Spring 2018, co-authored with Justin B. Hosie and Erica A.N. Kramer
  • "2016 Small-Dollar Lending Update: An Obituary or a Re-Awakening," The Business Lawyer, Spring 2017, co-authored with Catherine M. Brennan, Justin B. Hosie and Erica A.N. Kramer
  • "Death by a Thousand Cuts: Update on Small-Dollar Lending," 71 Bus. Law 741. Spring 2016, co-authored with Catherine M. Brennan, Justin B. Hosie and Erica A.N. Kramer
  • "Grokster and Beyond: Secondary Liability for Copyright Infringement During Live Musical Performances,"Journal of Intellectual Property Law, 19 J. Intell. Prop. L. 173, 2011

University of Georgia School of Law, J.D., cum laude, May 2012

College of Charleston, B.A. in History, magna cum laude, May 2009

Georgia, 2012

Tennessee, 2014