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  • Repossessions and bankruptcy: What the Fulton decision means for turnover

    The February Supreme Court decision in City of Chicago v. Fulton was widely celebrated in the lending community because the court found that a lender who repossesses a vehicle before a borrower files for bankruptcy is not in violation of the “exercise control” provision of the Bankruptcy Code’s automatic stay section.

  • Regulation Roundtable

    Mark Edelman (Cleveland) will participate in a Regulation Roundtable on Wednesday, May 12, 2021, during the 14th Annual Auto Finance Risk Summit. The panelists will discuss the changing state and federal regulatory landscape on the coattails of the new Biden administration in Washington, and what auto lenders can do to keep their regulatory compliance up-to-date andMore

  • CFPB shake-up: What administration changes may mean for auto lenders

    Things are quickly changing at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. President Joe Biden made Dave Uejio acting director of the CFPB on January 20, and nominated former FTC Commissioner Rohit Chopra for director.

  • Why Equity Must Take Center Stage

    Join attorneys from McGlinchey’s Labor and Employment group and Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Committee on Wednesday, May 5, 2021, for an interactive panel discussion about why organizations should go beyond diversity and instead focus on fostering equity.

  • SCOTUS clarifies “autodialer” definition in Facebook TCPA decision

    On April 1, 2021, the Supreme Court held in a 9-0 decision that an “automatic telephone dialing system” is a device that has the capacity either to store a telephone number using a random or sequential generator, or to produce a telephone number using a random or sequential number generator. As a quick refresher: the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) restricts certain calls made by an “auto dialer,” which the TCPA defines as equipment which has the capacity to store or produce telephone numbers to be called, using a random or sequential number generator and to dial such numbers.”

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