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Quarterly Report
Vol. 70, Nos. 3 - 4
Conference Elects New Governing Committee Members
 
Current Issues under the Driver’s Privacy Protection Act
by John L. Ropiequet
The Intersection of the Fair Credit Reporting Act and the Federal Consumer Bankruptcy Laws
by Scott J. Hyman, Donald H. Cram, III and Bernard J. Kornberg
NYDFS Cybersecurity Regulation Went Into Effect on March 1, 2017
by Alan S. Kaplinsky, Edward J. McAndrew, Kevin D. Leitão and Kim Phan
Overview of the CFPB’s Final Rule Amending the 2013 Mortgage Servicing Rule and Interpretive Rule under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act
by Matthew S. Yoon, John P. Holahan and Joshua D. Jordon
California’s Single Document Rule for Retail Automobile Transactions
by Scott J. Hyman and Alisa A. Givental
NY Payroll Debit Card Regulation Declared Invalid
by Alan S. Kaplinsky and Brian D. Pedrow
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