Five McGlinchey Attorneys to Participate in 2023 CCFL ConferenceRead Time: 1 min
Members of McGlinchey’s Financial Institutions Compliance and Financial Services Litigation teams will participate in multiple sessions during the upcoming Conference on Consumer Finance Law (CCFL) Fall Consumer Financial Services Conference at SMU Dedman School of Law in Dallas, Texas.
Jim Milano (Washington DC), who serves as Chair of the CCFL Governing Committee, will offer Opening Remarks before the conference begins on Thursday, November 2, 2023.
On Friday, November 3, Justin Sauls (Dallas) will co-present a “DC Update on Redlining Exams and Enforcement Actions,” addressing trends in fair lending supervision and enforcement with an emphasis on the development of enforcement efforts by the Department of Justice through its Initiative to Combat Redlining.
Sandy Shatz (Irvine) will give an ethics presentation during the panel on “Attorney-Client Privilege and How to Protect It.”
Aaron Kouhoupt (Cleveland) will co-present on a panel titled “As Technology Advances, Privacy Litigation Trends Continue to Morph.”
Kelly Lipinski (Cleveland) will speak on “Student Loan Hot Topics,” including developments in state law regulation of the private education lending industry, with a focus on the increased regulation and supervision of student loan servicers, and developments relating to the dischargeability of student loans given recent litigation trends and guidance from the CFPB.
The Conference on Consumer Finance Law (CCFL) offers educational services, publications, and research relating to consumer financial services law. Learn more.