Monthly Archives: July 2016

Maurice Wutscher’s Donald Maurice to Speak at DBA International Executive Summit

July 27, 2016 — Maurice Wutscher attorney Donald Maurice will give several presentations, including a talk on the Electronic Fund Transfer Act, at the DBA International Executive Summit in Hilton Head, South Carolina, Aug. 2-4.

Maurice will present on ethics and its role in a robust compliance management system and will join a panel of speakers in giving a federal and state legislative and regulatory update. He will also present on the Electronic Fund Transfer Act and what organizations should do to ensure their payment plans are compliant.

In addition, he will participate in a panel discussion concerning the Small Business Regulatory Enforcement Fairness Act. Panelists will examine what is in the SBREFA outline, giving attendees insight into what the new rules will look like.

For more information and to see the agenda, click here.

Consumer Financial Services Conference Set for Sept. 15-16, Early Registration Ends July 30

July 26, 2016 — The Annual Consumer Financial Services Conference organized by The Conference on Consumer Finance Law will be held Sept. 15-16 at Loyola University Chicago School of Law. The early registration discount ends July 30.

The conference will include presentations on the latest developments in consumer financial services law, including mortgage lending and servicing, bankruptcy and debt collection.

Several Maurice Wutscher attorneys will speak at the conference. Donald Maurice will discuss attorney ethics and the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act and Eric Rosenkoetter will speak on state regulation of the debt buying industry.

Conference attendees will also hear from other leaders in consumer financial services law on the TCPA, data breach litigation, arbitration, fintech/marketplace lending, CFPB UDAAP rulemaking/small dollar and beyond, auto finance/CFPB regulations, TRID, mortgage servicing litigation/rules, private label mortgage servicing, debt sales and Madden, FCRA/privacy/furnisher issues, and administrative enforcement.

Twelve CLE credits will be provided, including one hour of ethics. The fee is $495 for those registering by July 30. For more information, click here.