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2018 Program

The Fisher Memorial Program was held on April 13, 2018 at the Spring Meeting of the ABA Business Law Section in New Orleans, LA.

The topic was “Policy by Twitter: Is the Demise of Consumer Financial Regulation Merely a Hoax?”

The program  addressed issues pertaining to the decline of enforcement actions by the CFPB and the remaining regulatory infrastructure maintained by other federal agencies and the rise of state enforcement activity to fill in gaps created by the CFPB’s changes. 

The moderator was John Chiles, Partner, Burr & Forman LLP, Ft. Lauderdale, FL

The panelists were:

  • Anthony Alexis, Partner, Goodwin Procter
  • Katherine Bosken, Deputy Commissioner of Banks for Legal Affairs, North Carolina Office of the Commission of Banks
  • Joy Feigenbaum, Senior Vice President and Director, Office of Consumer and Business Practices, Santander US
  • Donald C. Lampe, Partner, Morrison & Foerster LLP
  • Andrew Miller, Deputy General Counsel Retail Banking and Retail Lending, PNC Bank, N.A.

Conference on Consumer Finance Law 2018 Frederick Fisher Memorial Program: Policy By Twitter: Is the Demise of Consumer Financial Regulation Merely a Hoax?

 

Quarterly Report
Vol. 74, Nos. 2 - 3
Conference Elects New Governing Committee Members
by John R. Chiles, Chairman, Conference on Consumer Finance Law
Introduction
 
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by Caren D. Enloe
California’s New Debt Collection Licensing Scheme and Mini-CFPB Legislation Create New Regulatory and Compliance Obligations for Collecting Consumer Debts in California
by Paul Soter, Scott J. Hyman, & Laszlo Ladi
Leveraging the Uptick in Consumer Arbitration For Debt Collection
by Daniel JT McKenna
This Call May Be Monitored or Recorded
by Adrian R. Bacon, Todd M. Friedman, & Thomas E. Wheeler
Navigating The FDCPA’s Conditional Language Conundrum
by Tomio B. Narita
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