October 20, 2021

2021 CFPB Bites of the Month

Justin B. Hosie and Eric L. Johnson

Consumer financial services concerns continue to be front and center in the daily news cycles, especially given the pandemic and transition to a new administration. Eric Johnson and Justin Hosie are back to serve up more of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's (CFPB) rulemaking, enforcement actions, ongoing litigation, supervision and other tasty CFPB tidbits.

Join us for 30 minutes during your lunch hour on the third Wednesday of each month to stay up to date on the CFPB and how its work may affect your business.

Plus, stay tuned for special "second bites" throughout the year as we feature interviews with current and former regulators and other prominent players in the financial services community.

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January 26: A Biden CFPB (request a replay of this webinar)

February 17: A Box of Regulations for Valentines (request a replay of this webinar)

March 17: The CFPB Springs Eternal (request a replay of this webinar)

April 21: Plant a Tree for the CFPB (request a replay of this webinar)

May 26: The Mother of all Regulators (request a replay of this webinar)

June 16: The CFPB's 10-Year Anniversary (request a replay of this webinar)
Special CFPB 10-year anniversary edition, featuring a conversation with one of its earliest founders, Hudson Cook Partner Lucy Morris.

July 21: Stars, Stripes & CFPB (request a replay of this webinar)

August 18: Dog Days of CFPB Summer (request a replay of this webinar)

September 15: CFPB Lessons (Request a replay of this webinar)

October 20: Fall into the CFPB

November 17: What is the CFPB Thankful for?

December 15: CFPB Year in Review (12:30 - 1:30 pm ET)
As we near the end of another year, join us as we feast on the most important rules and enforcement efforts the CFPB served up in 2021. Even if you missed a few Bites this year, you'll want to secure your reservation at this special one-hour year-in-review brown bagger.

Curious about a particular enforcement action or upcoming rule? Submit your questions with your registration.

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