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  • 2021 Virtual Consumer Finance Legal Conference

    Join McGlinchey’s industry-leading Consumer Financial Services Compliance and Litigation teams, colleagues from complementary practice groups, and guest speakers for three fast-paced days of engaging programming addressing important topics affecting the consumer financial services industry.

  • McGlinchey Welcomes Former Bank VP Trost to National Compliance Team

    McGlinchey Stafford is pleased to announce that Michelle Trost has joined its national Consumer Financial Services regulatory compliance practice in its Jacksonville office as a member (partner).

  • Auto Finance Veteran Bichsel Joins McGlinchey’s National Compliance Team

    McGlinchey Stafford is pleased to welcome Jason Bichsel to the firm’s national Consumer Financial Services Compliance practice group as a member (partner) associated with the firm’s Cleveland office. Jason has extensive in-house legal experience, having most recently worked for five years as Corporate Counsel at BMW Financial Services.

  • Making the Most of Licensing Renewals

    As we find ourselves in the midst of license renewal season (which began on November 1 and runs through the end of the year), you may find yourself wondering, how do I ensure compliance in every jurisdiction in which my company holds a license? Renewal requirements vary by state and by license, ranging from a simple fee to specific documentation that must be submitted to the regulator. Below are some tips to help licensees in tracking renewal requirements year-round and filing timely renewal submissions.

  • The 2020 Elections: What to Expect in Consumer Finance in 2021 and Beyond

    The short history of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) has resulted in a wild ride for the financial sector with respect to rulemaking and enforcement of consumer finance laws. Turbulent times for the CFPB and industry may continue, in light of the possibility of a change in administration following the 2020 presidential election coupled with continued economic fallout of the COVID pandemic.

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