July 21, 2021

Hudson Cook Partners Lucy Morris, Mark Rooney and Blake Sims to speak at OLA's Legal Issues Conference

Join Hudson Cook partners Lucy Morris, Mark Rooney and Blake Sims at the Online Lenders Alliance (OLA) 2021 Legal Issues Conference on July 21-22 in Arlington, VA. The program will cover the latest legal developments including enforcement trends under the new administration, the legal landscape facing bank fintech collaborations, and key state legislative and regulatory developments. Of special note, Acting Comptroller of the Currency Michael Hsu will join for a special fireside chat where he will discuss OCC enforcement priorities, fintech charters, fair access to credit, true lender, payments, and more. As an added bonus, registered participants will have the opportunity to submit questions for Acting Comptroller Hsu that may be addressed on the stage. Finally, the agenda will include a deep dive session on the CFPB's ten-year anniversary, featuring Hudson Cook's Lucy Morris.

We look forward to seeing you at the following sessions:

Enforcement Trends under the Biden Administration
Hudson Cook Presenters: Mark Rooney and Blake Sims

CFPB at 10 Years: A Look Back and a Look Ahead,
Hudson Cook Presenter: Lucy Morris

Hudson Cook is a proud sponsor of OLA. Click here to register for the conference using the code HALFOFF to receive a 50% discount off the current registration price. If you have any questions or need further assistance regarding this event, please contact Russell Crutcher at

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