Banking Reforms, Fair Lending Practices, and the Poor

NYU Annual Black Allied Law Students Association Symposium: Legal Solutions to Wealth Inequality


Banking + Financial Services, Financial Institutions + Financial Services, Financial Services, and Fair Lending

NYU School of Law
245 Sullivan St
New York, NY 10012

Speaking Engagement

Morrison & Foerster partner Don Lampe participated in a panel presentation at the NYU Annual Black Allied Law Students Association at NYU Law School. The Symposium, “Legal Solutions to Wealth Inequality,” explored various solutions for addressing the topic, with an emphasis on challenges faced by persons of color and other legally protected groups. Mr. Lampe was a panelist in the session entitled “Banking Reforms, Fair Lending Practices, and the Poor,” and spoke on the Dodd Frank Act’s impact on availability of consumer financial products and services and recent proposals for expanding access to such products and services.

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