Lucy Morris, Anastasia Caton and Nora Udell publish Legal Features in ABA Business Law Section Consumer Financial Services Committee Newsletter
Three Hudson Cook attorneys have written articles in the August 2018 Consumer Financial Services Committee Newsletter, published by the Business Law Section of the American Bar Association (ABA).
Partner Lucy Morris addresses the key developments at the CFPB before and after Rich Cordray's resignation in November 2017.
Associates Nora Udell and Anastasia Caton analyze the United States Supreme Court's June 2017 decision in Henson v. Santander, a landmark Fair Debt Collections Practices Act (FDCPA) case.
Hudson Cook attorneys are proud to serve the ABA as leaders on the Consumer Financial Services Committee. Nora serves as a Young Lawyer Liaison for the Personal Property Financing subcommittee. Anastasia is the Co-Vice Chair of the Young Lawyers subcommittee. Lucy is a Past Chair of the Federal and State Trade Practices subcommittee.
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