MoFoMobl$™

MoFoMobl$™ provides regulatory overview and updates on key issues for the mobile payments industry

Mobile payments have not only changed the lives of consumers, they’ve transformed the competitive landscape of the financial services industry. While opportunities abound, the legal risks and challenges associated with mobile payments could be equally substantial.

MoFoMobl$™ (or MobileMoney) is the latest tool created by Morrison & Foerster to help participants in the financial services industry keep abreast of the issues affecting their businesses and their clients’ businesses. The app, which is available on iOS platforms, offers regulatory overviews, alerts, articles, and a weekly digest of market developments in the mobile payments industry.

MoFo is one of the leading law firms in the payments industry. Our lawyers have worked closely with clients on every major legislative and regulatory initiative affecting the financial services and payment systems industries since the mid-1970s. Our Mobile Payments Practice Group draws on the firm’s extensive experience in banking and financial services, financial technology, privacy and data security, and intellectual property to advise mobile payment providers.

MoFoMobl$™ joins other online tools designed by the firm to help financial services clients, including:

  • FrankNDodd™, a platform dedicated to tracking Dodd-Frank regulatory changes;
  • FrankNDoddLite™, a module for smaller and community banks;
  • BureauTrak®, which monitors developments at the Consumer Financial Protection Board;
  • MoFo Jumpstarter®, a blog dedicated to the JOBS Act;
  • KNOWFatca.com®, a platform that tracks developments related to the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act; and
  • MoFoMoFi™, a platform to help users keep track of regulation and reform in the mortgage market.

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