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  • Regulatory Update: Current Priorities for Financial Services Regulation, Enforcement, and Compliance

    Kelly Lipinski (Cleveland) will participate in a panel discussion, "Regulatory Update: Current Priorities for Financial Services Regulation, Enforcement and Compliance," during the ACI Women Leaders in Financial Services Law and Compliance on December 4, 2020.

  • McGlinchey Grows Northeast Presence with Boston, New York Hires

    McGlinchey Stafford is pleased to announce the hires of three attorneys in the firm’s Northeast offices in October. Joining the Consumer Financial Services Litigation and Commercial Litigation practice groups are Jack I. Siegal (Member/Partner) and Jameson Pasek (Associate) in Boston, and Asher A. Klein (Of Counsel) in New York City.

  • 9 Election Consequences Financial Services Clients Should Be Prepared For

    If a change of administration transpires due to the upcoming election, here are some considerations that financial services companies should keep in mind.

  • A White-Collar Crime Crackdown

    Member and Co-Chair of the Government and Internal Investigations team Bob Driscoll (Washington, DC) is quoted in an Axios article summarizing how the economy has resulted in a recent increase in government investigations. Defendants, too, have every incentive to settle now. “Irrespective of politics, you don’t want to deal with a new team,” says Robert Driscoll,More

  • CFPB and Mini-CFPB Developments

    Anthony Rollo (Baton Rouge), Bob Driscoll (Washington, DC), and Brian Fink (Washington, DC) participated in a panel discussion on the CFPB and mini-CFPB developments on Thursday, October 8 during the 2020 Virtual Consumer Finance Legal Conference.

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