Consumer Finance Class Actions & Litigation Conference

American Conference Institute (ACI)


Financial Services Litigation

Marriott Downtown
85 West Street
New York, NY 10006

Nancy R. Thomas

Nancy R. Thomas


Dodd-Frank & the CFPB: A Look Into Today’s Most Important Issues, the Status of the Bureau and Which Regulations Will Most Impact Consumer Finance Institutions & Litigators in the Next Year

Speaker: Nancy R. Thomas

With a slew of rule writing still taking place, overlapping jurisdiction with other agencies still being worked out and a crucial yet still unclear role in protecting consumers from fraud and abuse, all eyes remain on the Bureau. In this session, industry leaders will review the most recent developments surrounding the CFPB, which are still emerging daily. Keeping up to speed with the CFPB is critical for litigators and in-house counsel…this session will make sure you’re not left in the dark.

  • The new CFPB/FTC rulemaking
  • The enforcement and supervision paradigm
  • Navigating concurrent jurisdiction
  • The expanded role of state AGs and coordination with CFPB
  • Preemption updates
Implementing Effective Defenses & Defeating Claims Related to Discriminatory & Predatory Lending

Speaker: Gregory P. Dresser

As foreclosures begin to move forward again, distressed borrowers are pulling out all of the stops to stay in their homes. Coupled with regulatory and case law developments, the environment is ripe for a quick uptick in discriminatory and predatory lending cases. Leading defense attorneys will take attendees through the current regulatory and litigation developments and discuss the prospective cases that may arise in the weeks and months ahead.

  • Discretionary pricing claims after Wal-Mart
  • A look into the latest redlining and reverse redlining cases
  • An overview of the cases filed by the cities of Baltimore and Memphis and the potential for other cities to file suit
  • Defending against the latest claims alleging fair lending violations
  • Recent regulatory and litigation developments related to
  • Discriminatory/predatory lending, TILA, HAMP & SCRA and how these developments affect the defense of claims

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