Dodd Frank Past, Present & Future:
An Analysis of the Year’s Most Important Changes, the Roll-Out of the Consumer Finance Protection Bureau and Which Regulations Will Impact Consumer Finance Litigators in the Next Year

American Conference Institute, Consumer Finance Class Actions & Litigation

07/27/2011

Consumer Litigation and Class Actions

Chicago, IL

James R. McGuire

James R. McGuire

Speaking Engagement

Topics discussed include: What to expect from the CFPB and understanding the regulations that have been introduced; An analysis of the impact of safe-harbor, whistleblower & preemption provisions; The impact of an extended statute of limitations on TILA suits; How will preemption affect the interplay between state laws and federal statutes and in turn, the available defenses, class actions and multi-district litigation; The dichotomy between pre and post Dodd-Frank loans and the effect on consolidated litigation and class actions; Ch. 13 class actions related to post-petition fees; and New claims and defenses: what’s old law and what’s new law.

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