September 23, 2020

Partner Mark Rooney to speak at 32nd Advanced Forum on Consumer Finance Class Actions, Litigation & Government Enforcement Actions Virtual Conference

ACI's 32nd Annual Advanced Forum on Consumer Finance Class Actions, Litigation & Government Enforcement Actions returns this year in a virtual format.

From loan servicing challenges amid mass unemployment to credit reporting requirements under new government programs and a new wave of privacy-related class actions on the horizon, the world of consumer finance is evolving in important ways. Lenders in the student loan, auto finance, credit card, mortgage, and personal loan spaces are forced to meet new legislative and regulatory demands and defend against new litigation and enforcement actions.

Some of the highlights of the conference include:

  • In-House Counsel Insights on Managing the Latest Consumer Finance Claims, Class Actions, Compliance Challenges and Enforcement Actions and Exams
  • Recent Investigations, Enforcement, and Litigation Trends and What's on the Horizon
  • The Long-Awaited Arrival of Proposed Debt Collection Rules and Their Impact on the Financial Services Industry
  • The Changing Role of the CFPB and Increased State Involvement

Hudson Cook Partner Mark Rooney will be speaking on the following panel:

The TCPA Litigation Landscape:

Novel Disputes, Ongoing Ambiguities, and Key Takeaways from Recent Case Law

Wednesday, September 23 at 2:30 pm ET

For more information, please visit the conference website.

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