April 14, 2020
Compliance Coffee Breaks: FAQs on Electronic Transactions in Auto Finance
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.
You may submit your questions ahead of time via the registration link or submit them via the questions box during the presentation.
2020 Dates & Topics - Click on the date to register
January 14: Regulatory and litigation developments in the bank partnership space
Presenter: Catherine M. Brennan
February 11: Fair Credit Reporting Act - Dealing with 605B Blocks
Presenter: Lisa DeLessio
Hudson Cook attorneys Thomas Buiteweg and Robert Gage will discuss commonly asked questions about the legal implications of using electronic signatures and electronic records to complete auto finance transactions at the dealership. Covered topics will include enforceability of electronic records and signatures, disclosure issues, and how using electronic records impacts the assignment of contracts from the dealer to the sales finance company.
August: summer break
December: Happy Holidays!
*Topics subject to change
Previous Compliance Coffee Break Topics
Interest and APR Calculations
Auto Finance Compliance Updates and Reminders
Legal Issues in Fitting New Vehicle Subscription Models into Existing Regulatory Framework
Tearing off the GSE QM Patch - Implications for Housing Finance
Registration required. All fields with an asterisk (*) are required. Registration is offered and available primarily to clients of Hudson Cook, LLP. 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 prior to the date of the webinar, as will registrations from lawyers at law firms, government employees or reporters. After registering and being approved, registrants will receive a confirmation email containing instructions on how to log in to the webinar.