Frida Alim is a Regulatory Attorney in the Los Angeles office of Buckley LLP. Ms. Alim assists clients in regulatory and compliance matters, and provides support for complex litigation and government investigations involving the mortgage lending industry.
Prior to joining Buckley, Ms. Alim worked at an intellectual property litigation firm in San Francisco. She was also previously a fellow at the Electronic Frontier Foundation, where she worked on data privacy matters. Ms. Alim received her J.D. from the University of California, Berkeley, School of Law in 2016. During law school, she served as the Symposium Editor for the Berkeley Journal of International Law. Ms. Alim received her B.A. from the University of California in 2012.
"Equipment finance: Understanding licensing obligations" by Kathryn L. Ryan, Moorari K. Shah, and Frida Alim (Equipment Leasing & Finance Magazine)
Licensing Considerations, Generally The applicability of state licensing laws may depend on multiple factors, including transaction structures, business entity types and whether the activities are appropriately classified as “commercial” or another type of non-consumer transaction. Although the...Articles
Federal regulators have historically shied away from pursuing claims against private equity and venture capital firms for the activities of portfolio companies, but enforcement actions brought by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and the Department of Justice within the last year signal a...C-Suite Review
"The Home Mortgage Disclosure Act: Common compliance challenges" by Sherry-Maria Safchuk and Frida Alim (The Review of Banking & Financial Services)
Since 2015, financial institutions have been inundated with reviewing and implementing numerous changes to the Home Mortgage Disclosure Act (“HMDA”) as required by the Dodd-Frank Act. The act transferred HMDA rulemaking authority to the Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection (“Bureau”), added new...Articles
- J.D., University of California
- B.A., University of California