Fair Credit Reporting Act: Litigation, Regulatory and Enforcement Developments in the Financial Services Industry and Beyond

Minimizing Exposure to Litigation and Adapting to Evolving Regulatory Oversight

Recording of a 90-minute CLE webinar with Q&A


Conducted on Tuesday, June 23, 2015

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Program Materials

This CLE webinar will provide banking and consumer financial services counsel with a review of the evolving FCRA litigation, regulatory and enforcement environment, including current trends and developments in FCRA compliance and class action litigation.

Description

Consumer financial services and other companies continue to face mounting FCRA litigation with new and emerging claims. The complexity of the Act and the potential for substantial damages for technical non-compliance makes it imperative for counsel to keep abreast of trends in FCRA litigation, regulation and enforcement.

Listen as our authoritative panel of attorneys discusses current trends and developments in FCRA compliance and litigation. The panel will provide strategies for adapting to increased regulatory oversight, expanding class action litigation, and recent FCRA litigation.

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Outline

  1. FCRA requirements
  2. The shifting litigation, regulatory and enforcement environment
    1. The FTC’s 40 Years Report
    2. CFPB guidance
  3. Cutting edge legal theories
    1. Robins v. Spokeo update and analysis
    2. Against consumer reporting agencies
    3. Against furnishers
    4. Against employers
    5. Expansion beyond traditional financial services targets
  4. Common FCRA trouble spots and high risk technical issues
  5. Class action defense tactics and strategies
  6. Lessons learned from cases, verdicts, settlements and enforcement actions

Benefits

The panel will review these and other key issues:

  • How has the FCRA landscape shifted and where is it heading?
  • What are the current FCRA class action trends?
  • What pitfalls lead to FCRA violation allegations and how can financial services companies prevent such claims?
  • What lesson can be learned from FCRA cases, verdicts, settlements and regulatory enforcement actions?

Faculty

Anthony, David
David N. Anthony

Partner
Troutman Sanders

Mr. Anthony is an experienced trial attorney with a concentration in litigating financial services and business...  |  Read More

Angela E. Kleine
Angela E. Kleine

Partner
Morrison Foerster

Ms. Kleine is a litigator, focusing her practice the defense of consumer class actions against financial services...  |  Read More

Rebecca E. Kuehn
Rebecca E. Kuehn

Partner
Hudson Cook

Ms. Kuehn’s practice is focused on consumer financial services and consumer protection matters. She counsels...  |  Read More

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