McGlinchey News Release
McGlinchey’s Hotchkiss, Lipinski named to CCFL Leadership
McGlinchey Stafford is proud to announce the appointment of Lynette Hotchkiss and Kelly Lipinski, attorneys in the firm’s Consumer Financial Services Compliance practice group, to the Governing Committee of the Conference on Consumer Finance Law (CCFL).
Lynette is Of Counsel in McGlinchey’s Nashville office. She has worked in consumer finance law for more than 35 years, including in-house at banks as General Counsel, and as a senior attorney within the federal government. Lynette primarily advises banks, mortgage lenders and servicers, and other financial institution clients on legal and regulatory matters related to consumer financial protection laws and regulations, and on corporate governance, risk management, and other bank safety and soundness issues. Over the years, she has served in several leadership positions in state and national legal organizations.
Kelly is a Member (Partner) in the firm’s Cleveland office. She counsels a full range of financial institutions, including depository institutions and their affiliates, mortgage companies, sales finance companies, and lenders partnering with fintech companies, with a special focus on motor vehicle finance and education finance. Kelly serves on the firm’s Policy (Executive) Committee and chairs a number of financial services committees for national legal and industry organizations.
The CCFL is a non-profit organization founded in 1926 by members of the legal profession and the financial services industry to offer educational services, publications, and research relating to consumer financial services law. The Governing Committee establishes policies and directs the organization’s activities. Lynette and Kelly join four other McGlinchey attorneys as members of the Governing Committee: Mark Edelman (Cleveland), Paul Kellogg (Houston), Marc Lifset (Albany), and Sandy Shatz (Irvine).
McGlinchey Stafford’s Consumer Financial Services Compliance practice group boasts 22 attorneys and 13 licensing paralegals across the firm’s nationwide platform, who provide clients industry-leading regulatory, compliance, and licensing advice related to residential mortgage lending, auto finance, consumer, education, and manufactured housing lending, data privacy and cybersecurity, and a host of other topics. The team is one of only eleven nationally-ranked by Chambers USA, the industry leader in research-based directories for the legal profession.