Sept. 24, 2015 — Donald Maurice will present on the latest issues in consumer bankruptcy and Fair Debt Collection Practices Act litigation at the Sixth Annual National Institute on Consumer Financial Services Basics on Oct. 8-9 in Arlington, VA.
The two-day program provides attorneys with up to 14 CLE credit hours and is presented by the Consumer Financial Services Committee of the American Bar Association’s Business Law Section and the Center for Professional Responsibility.
The institute is designed for attorneys new to consumer financial services law who want to learn from seasoned presenters with decades of practical experience in consumer finance. A classroom approach is used to review the history and background of consumer financial services and cover the fundamental laws that apply. Attendees will hear from regulators, consumer advocates, and industry representatives on the current state of affairs and what is on the horizon.
Key topics will include:
» History and development of federal and state consumer financial services laws
» Truth in lending and disclosure requirements
» Fair lending
» Financial privacy and credit reporting
» Data security, fraud prevention, and identity protection
» Consumer communications: FDCPA, TCPA, TSR, Can-Spam, and others
» Asset account regulation
» Installment lending
» Mortgage origination and servicing
» Litigation and enforcement actions
To learn more about and to register for the program, visit www.shopaba.org/2015consumer. Colleagues of the program panelists will receive $100 off their non-government registration rate by entering discount code CE15CPDNIVIP at check-out.