March 14, 2023

2023 Compliance Coffee Break Webinar Series

Hosted by: Patty Covington

2:00 - 2:30 pm ET, The second Tuesday of each month.

Hudson Cook is pleased to host the Compliance Coffee Break educational webinar series for clients: These 30-minute "mini-webinars" feature Hudson Cook attorneys presenting on various legal and regulatory topics, including auto finance, debt collection, privacy and data security, mortgage and housing, credit reporting, and a variety of other federal and state compliance issues. You may submit your questions before the webinar via the registration link or submit them during the webinar via the Q&A box during the presentation.

Please click on the date to register for an upcoming Compliance Coffee Break.

  1. January 10: CFPB Unconstitutional in the 5th Circuit - Outlier or Savant? (Request a replay of this webinar)
  2. February 14: Massachusetts Negative Equity Licensing Revision: What Does it Mean?; Presented by Tom Quinn and Danielle Fagre Arlowe (Request a replay of this webinar)
  3. March 14: Lessons from FTC Data Security Actions; Presented by Dailey Wilson (Request a replay of this webinar)
  4. April 11: Fintech; Hot Topics in Bank Partnerships, Including APR Caps and Licensing; Presented by Cathy Brennan
  5. May 9: Topic and Presenter TBD
  6. June 13: June 13: Vehicle Protection Products; Presented by Catharine Andricos
  7. July 11: Topic and Presenter TBD
  8. August: Summer Break
  9. September 12:Topic and Presenter TBD
  10. October 10:Topic and Presenter TBD
  11. November 14:Topic and Presenter TBD
  12. December: Happy Holidays

Registration required. All fields with an asterisk (*) are required. Registration is offered and available primarily to clients of Hudson Cook, LLP. All registrations are subject to approval. Please register using a company email address. Attempted registrations using personal email (Gmail, Yahoo, etc.) or academic email addresses (.edu) will not be accepted or will be canceled before the date of the webinar, as will registrations from lawyers at law firms, government employees, reporters, or other persons with the media. After registering and being approved, registrants will receive a confirmation email containing instructions on how to log in to the webinar.

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