CFPB and State Attorneys General: A New Age for Consumer Financial Protection
Wednesday September 25 , 2013
- By: American Bar Association
- Time: 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
- Time Zone: Eastern Time (US & Canada)
- CLE Credit
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American Bar Association
- Website: apps.americanbar.org
- Source: New York > Foreclosure
Date: Wednesday, September 25, 2013
Format: Live Webinar
Duration: 90 minutes
The American Bar Association Section of State and Local Government Law, Business Law Section and Center for Professional Development
1:00 PM-2:30 PM Eastern
Is the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) just another "ho-hum" federal agency or the beginning of a "new age" for consumer financial protection?
With the recent celebration of its second birthday, the CFPB has found its footing. Moving aggressively towards investigative, supervision and enforcement actions, the CFPB has obtained nearly a half a billion dollars in redress for consumers injured by violations of Federal consumer financial law. With the CFPB actively seeking to put an end to financial practices that harm consumers and honest businesses, the Bureau has been coordinating with state Attorneys General to wage a coordinated and proactive effort to ensure institutions in the consumer financial market comply with the law.
Come explore this provocative new agency's priorities with experts from firms, Attorneys General offices, and from the CFPB. Find out what you need to know and how what you don't know CAN hurt you!
Eleanor Blume, Counsel, Liquidity Lending Markets, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, Washington, DC
Jermaine Brown, Assistant Attorney General, Oregon Department of Justice, Portland, OR
William H. Hurd, Partner, Troutman Sanders LLP, Washington, DC
Ashley L. Taylor, Jr., Partner, Troutman Sanders LLP, Richmond, VA
Michael Troncoso, Senior Counsel, California Attorney General Office, San Francisco, CA
Hon. Ellen Rosenblum (Moderator), Attorney General, Oregon Department of Justice, Portland, OR
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