The Annual Consumer Financial Services Conference organized by The Conference on Consumer Finance Law, and co-sponsored by the Loyola University Chicago School of Law, Maurice Wutscher and other law firms, will be held Nov. 19-20, in Chicago.
The conference will include presentations by some 45 of the best and brightest speakers and practitioners in the country, on the following topics:
- TCPA: The New FCC Order
- Fair Lending and HMDA
- CFPB Administrative Appeals
- Arbitration Developments
- CFPB Regulation of Non-Bank Auto Finance
- TRID: Issues and Implementation
- Flood and Lender-Placed Insurance
- Mortgage Servicing and Bankruptcy
- State Regulation of Debt Collection/Debt Buyers
- Credit Reporting and Bankruptcy
- The Madden Case and Debt Sales
- CFPB Regulation Through Enforcement Actions
- Ethics and Professional Responsibility
Twelve CLE credits will be provided, including one hour of Ethics. The fee is $495 for those registering before Sept. 18. To view the conference brochure, click here.