December 8th, 2020
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM EST

Changes in federal consumer protection priorities in 2021 are afoot. President Trump’s appointees at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) and Federal Trade Commission (FTC) changed course on a range of consumer protection priorities outlined by former President Obama’s administration, and a change in administration in 2021 will almost certainly have significant implications for federal enforcement and regulation in the consumer financial services space. Indeed, the Chair of the U.S. House Energy and Commerce Committee has already called on FTC to limit, until a change in administration, its activities to “consensus and administrative matters that are non-partisan.” At the same time, the COVID-19 pandemic will continue to drive consumer protection enforcement, particularly in consumer financial matters.

Join us as we discuss the changing consumer protection regulatory landscape, our predictions on priorities in 2021 and beyond, and how companies can best anticipate and adapt to these changes.

Speakers

Duane Pozza, Wiley Rein LLP Photo

Duane C. Pozza
Partner
202.719.4533

dpozza@wiley.law

Antonio Reynolds, Wiley Rein LLP Photo

Antonio J. Reynolds
Partner
202.719.4603

areynolds@wiley.law

Peter Hyun, Wiley Rein LLP Photo

Peter S. Hyun
Partner
202.719.4499

phyun@wiley.law

Stephen Obermeier, Wiley Rein LLP Photo

Stephen J. Obermeier
Partner
202.719.7465

sobermeier@wiley.law

More Info

  • This event is complimentary but advance registration is required. Can’t make the date? Register and we’ll send you the slides and recording after the webinar.
  • CLE credit may be available. For New York CLE purposes, this program is appropriate for both newly admitted and experienced attorneys. Note that newly admitted New York attorneys (attorneys admitted two years or less) may earn CLE credit in certain categories of credit through completion of courses in permissible formats, as explained here.
  • For Texas CLE, please be sure to provide your Texas bar number when registering for the webinar.
  • Webinar instructions and materials will be distributed prior to the webinar. For more information, please email Rachel Moss at rmoss@wiley.law.
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