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Campbell-Ewald v. Gomez: Does an Offer of Complete Relief Moot a Class Action

Location: The Viceroy, Miami, FL
Date: January 26, 2016

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Jeff Pilgrim offers insights into the Supreme Court’s recent decision and discusses its broad-reaching implications for the financial services industry.

Event Highlights:
In addition to exceptional networking opportunities, the conference assembles an unparalleled faculty of federal and state regulatory and enforcement officials, senior in-house counsel, renowned federal and state judges, and leading outside counsel who will provide expert advice, critical insights, and comprehensive updates on:

  • The CFPB’s Tightening Grip on the Consumer Finance Industry: Evaluating the Lessons Learned from Recent CFPB Enforcement Actions, Regulation of Arbitration Agreements in Consumer Credit Contracts, Expanded Use of UDAAP Provisions, and Assessing its Enhanced Oversight and Heightened Scrutiny of Financial Institutions and Nonbank ‘Larger Participants’
  • Supreme Court Review: The Blockbuster 2015-2016 Term for Class Action Litigation Including Campbell- Ewald Co., Spokeo and Tyson
  • Consumer Finance Class Action Litigation and Settlement Strategies, Procedural Considerations, Emerging Theories of Liability and CAFA Updates
  • Residential Mortgage Watch: Implementation of TRID, Right to Rescission under Jesinoski, HMDA Readiness, Litigation Trends Relating to Loan Mods, Loan Servicing, Lender-Placed Insurance, RMBS, and the Ongoing Impact of the CFPB’s Mortgage Rules
  • The Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA): Recent FCC Order, Litigation and Settlement Trends, Emerging Defense Strategies, Class Action Certification Issues, and Staying Ahead of the Curve in the Face of Complex and Unclear Rules
  • Fair Lending: Managing and Defending Against Claims of Discriminatory, Predatory, and Abusive Lending and the Consequence of the Supreme Court’s Decision Affirming the Use of the ‘Disparate Impact’ Theory in Fair Lending
  • Debt Collection and Credit Reporting Litigation and Enforcement Actions: Developing Effective Defense Strategies for New and Emerging Claims and Managing Government Enforcement Actions Arising From the FDCPA and the FCRA in Light of the Recent Large Settlement Award Ordered by the CFPB and FTC
  • Student Loans, Auto Loans Plus Payday Lending and Deposit Advance Loans: Enhanced Regulatory and Enforcement Scrutiny, Assessing the Rise in Disparate Impact Claims and Allegations of Fair Lending Violations, UDAAP Concerns, and Developing Litigation Trends
  • Cybersecurity, Data Privacy, Cyber Insurance, and Third-Party Risk Management Considerations for Financial Services Companies and Their Outside Counsel

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