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Posts published by “Jessica Lesser”

Jessica Lesser is Of Counsel to Maurice Wutscher in Dallas. Jessica is a proven civil trial attorney with expertise in the regulatory framework of consumer finance, lending, and technology. A former managing attorney in the Consumer Protection Division of the Office of the Attorney General of Texas, she has two decades of litigation and regulatory compliance experience and is board certified in consumer and commercial law. Her leadership roles in private practice, state government, and within corporations demonstrate her adaptability and ability to provide solutions in highly regulated environments. Her extensive litigation experience provides for efficient and responsive results that are customized to a client’s needs. Jessica is the former chair of the Texas Board of Legal Specialization Advisory and Exam Commission for the consumer and commercial law specialization exam and past chair of the Consumer and Commercial Law Section, State Bar of Texas.

What is ‘Abusive’ Conduct Under Dodd-Frank? CFPB Provides an Answer by Issuing Its Policy on Abusive Acts and Practices

Following its enaction, the Dodd-Frank Act left the financial services industry with uncertainty in many areas. For nearly 10 years, the industry has wondered and speculated about the inclusion of a prohibition against abusive acts and practices.  What exactly is abusive conduct? Is abusive conduct different from false and misleading acts or unfairness? How will the CFPB handle enforcement?