The COVID-19 Crisis: A Look at the Consumer Financial Regulatory and Litigation Fallout
We are joined by Richard Cordray, former CFPB Director, and John Roddy, prominent plaintiffs’ class action lawyer, for a discussion of regulatory and litigation risks the crisis is expected to create for the consumer financial services industry. Topics include: industry practices that could trigger regulators’ scrutiny; operational areas impacted by working remotely that create compliance risks; fair lending issues arising from loan modifications/forbearances; state authority to change credit terms.
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