November 12, 2019

Compliance Coffee Breaks

A new series of "mini" webinars for Hudson Cook clients

Hudson Cook is pleased to host a new client educational series:
Compliance Coffee Breaks

These 30-minute "mini-webinars" feature Hudson Cook attorneys presenting on a variety of compliance topics*, including auto finance, debt collection practices, mortgage and housing, credit reporting, and more. They take place at 2:00 pm Eastern on the second Tuesday of each month.

There will be approximately 15 minutes of content, followed by 15 minutes of questions from the audience. You may submit your questions ahead of time via the registration link or submit them via the questions box during the presentation.

Dates & Topics (Full topic descriptions will be posted two weeks prior):
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March 12: Web content accessibility under the Americans with Disabilities Act
Presenter: Erica A.N. Kramer

April 9: Ancillary products
Presenter: Catharine Andricos

May 14: Interest and APR Calculations
Presenters: Hurshell Brown and Eric Mulligan

June 11: Payments update
Presenters: Ryan Stinneford and Katie Hawkins

July 9: What is prequal anyway?
Presenters: Jennifer Sarvadi and Katie Hawkins

August: summer break

September 10: Auto Finance Compliance Updates and Reminders
Presenters: Patty Covington and Chris Capurso

October 8: Legal Issues in Fitting New Vehicle Subscription Models into Existing Regulatory Framework
Presenters: Tom Buiteweg and Robert Gage

November 12: Tearing off the GSE QM Patch - Implications for Housing Finance
Presenter: Jed Mayk

This session will discuss the CFPB's plan to allow the GSE QM patch to expire in 2021 and possible alternatives for a replacement.

December: Happy Holidays!

*Topics subject to change

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