Consumer Financial Services Litigation: Looking Back at 2020 and Ahead in 2021

by the Consumer Financial Services Group
February 4, 2021
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After discussing the pandemic’s impact on 2020 litigation, we share our expectations for 2021, including pandemic-related and other types of claims most likely to be alleged in private litigation and enforcement actions, how litigation could be impacted by possible legislative changes, and the potential implications of a more aggressive CFPB for case resolution. We also discuss two federal appellate decisions of significance to class action defendants.

Ballard Spahr attorney Alan Kaplinsky hosts the conversation with Chris Willis, Co-Chair of Ballard Spahr’s Consumer Financial Services Practice Group, and Dan McKenna, Practice Leader of Consumer Financial Services Litigation at the firm.

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