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Consumer Financial Services Answer Book 2015

Practising Law Institute

Clinton R. Rockwell, Melissa Klimkiewicz, Joseph M. Kolar, John P. Kromer, Elizabeth E. McGinn, Manley Williams, Warren W. Traiger, Sasha Leonhardt, Andrew P. Pennacchia, Fredrick S. Levin, Jeffrey P. Naimon

Buckley Sandler lawyers played a prominent role in the publication of this leading desk reference on consumer financial services, published by the Practising Law Institute.  

The 2015 edition of this publication continues to provide practitioners with a core understanding of the laws governing consumer financial services, addressing developments in such areas as:

  • Latest CFPB enforcement activities, regulations and guidelines
  • Fair Lending
  • Mortgage Origination and Servicing
  • Auto Lending
  • Truth in Lending Act
  • Fair Credit Reporting Act
  • Fair Debt Collection Practices Act
  • Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act
  • Privacy and Identity Theft

 The Consumer Financial Services Answer Book 2015 also includes new chapters on:

  • Credit Cards
  • Electronic Records and eSignatures
  • Short-Term Lending
  • Unfair or Deceptive Acts or Practices
  • Servicemembers Civil Relief Act
  • Telemarketing and the Telephone Consumer Protection Act

Buckley Sandler lawyers co-authored the following chapters:

  • Consumer Loan Products and the Federal Regulation of Consumer Credit: Jeffrey P. Naimon
  • Telemarketing and the Telephone Consumer Protection Act: Kristopher R. Knabe
  • Credit Cards: Manley Williams and Valerie L. Hletko
  • Short-Term Lending: Valerie L. Hletko and Andrew P. Pennacchia
  • Servicemembers Civil Relief Act: Sasha Leonhardt
  • Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act: Joseph M. Kolar, Clinton R. Rockwell and Melissa Klimkiewicz
  • Preemption: Fredrick S. Levin
  • The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau: Moorari Shah (contributor)
  • Privacy and Identity Theft: Elizabeth E. McGinn
  • Fair Lending/Non-Discrimination: Warren Traiger
  • Mortgage Loan Servicing; Residential Foreclosures and Evictions

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