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June 12, 2018

Catherine Brennan quoted in Los Angeles Times on California high-interest loans case

On June 5, the Los Angeles Times quoted Hudson Cook Partner Catherine Brennan on a case before the California Supreme Court examining whether the state's lending law allows courts to find that the interest rate of a loan can be so high it is "unconscionable" and therefore illegal. According to Catherine, "A ruling that courts can find an interest rate is too high 'would send shock waves through the financial-services sector.'"

Catherine primarily assists investors in the consumer financial services and alternative business funding sectors.

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