FCRA Enforcement and Compliance in 2019: Trends and Updates You Must Know
Over the years, the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) has been governing the collection, usage and dissemination of consumer information as well as privacy protection. In May 2018, the Economic Growth, Regulatory Relief and Consumer Protection Act (Economic Growth Act) has been signed into federal law and amended Dodd-Frank Act’s Section 301 and 302, which, in effect, made some updates in the FCRA. Thus, the increase in Consumer credit protection and the implementation of the “Nationwide Security Freeze”.
With the amendments to FCRA, it is, therefore imperative to be in the know of the latest updates and developments on the more stringent consumer credit privacy protection. Implementing foolproof strategies for maximum compliance will be invaluable in avoiding exposure to risks and future liabilities.
Our panel of key thought leaders and practitioners will offer a discussion of the fundamentals as well as trends and updates regarding the latest and significant issues surrounding FCRA. This LIVE webcast aims to help you to avoid common pitfalls, and best practices with regards to FCRA enforcement and compliance.
Some of the major topics that will be covered in this course are:
- The Fair Credit Reporting Act – Latest Updates
- Compliance Issues and How to Address Them
- Implementing Effective Compliance Strategies
- Best Strategies and Practical Tips
- FCRA in the 2020 Landscape: A Sneak Peek
Richard P. Haber, Esq. , Managing Partner
McCalla Raymer Leibert Pierce
- Difference between “consumer reporting agencies” and “furnishers of information”
- What furnishers of information need to know in order to comply with FCRA
- Furnisher’s Obligation to Report Accurately
- Furnisher’s Obligation to Investigate
- Furnisher’s Litigation Defenses
David W. Thompson, Member
McGlinchey Stafford PLLC
Who Should Attend:
- Records & Information Directors/Managers
- Third-Party Debt Collectors
- Chief Financial Officers
- Finance Executives
- Finance Counsel and Lawyers
- In-house Counsel
- Compliance and Risk Officers
- Criminal and Civil Litigators
- Top Level Management
- Public and Private Companies
- Other Related/Interested Professionals and Organizations
Richard P. Haber is a member of McCalla Raymer Leibert Pierce, LLC and Managing Partner of the firm’s New York and New Jersey offices. Rich is responsible for the management and oversight of all litigation in New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania. He has 22 years experience (17 as an attorney) handling mortgage foreclosures, bankruptcy actions and related litigation on behalf of the nation’s largest banks, mortgage servicers and investors.
Rich has litigated hundreds of contested foreclosures and routinely defends financial institutions from claims brought by consumers under state consumer fraud and unfair and deceptive acts and practices laws, and federal statutes including FDCPA, TILA, RESPA, HOEPA, FCRA and TCPA. Rich is nationally recognized for his expertise in mortgage banking, and is often invited to participate on conference panels, industry training sessions and to author articles and other publications.
Richard P. Haber is a member of McCalla Raymer Leibert Pierce, LLC and Managing Partner of the firm’s New York …
With more than 25 years of dedicated experience advising and representing financial services companies, David Thompson’s career is perfectly balanced between helping financial services clients address problems as they arise and working to prevent them in the first place. He counsels on a wide range of issues that relate to clients’ consumer lending and financing programs; credit reporting; information security and privacy; multistate licensing and consumer disclosure requirements; marketing; payment systems and products; and electronic commerce. In this capacity, David advises clients about how to avoid risk and comply with the contractual, disclosure, and conduct requirements in federal laws such as the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA), the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act and Truth in Lending Act (TILA), to name a few, as well as state law counterparts that may establish different requirements and protections for consumers.
With more than 25 years of dedicated experience advising and representing financial services companies, David Thompson’s career is perfectly balanced …
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Basic Knowledge of Consumer Protection Law
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About McCalla Raymer Leibert Pierce
McCalla Raymer Leibert Pierce, LLC is a leading provider of legal services to the mortgage banking industry in the states of Alabama, California, Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Mississippi, Nevada, New Jersey and New York. The firm handles residential and commercial foreclosures, bankruptcy, evictions, retail and REO closings, title curative and title litigation, commercial transactions, regulatory compliance, legislative issues, and a full range of related litigation. MRLP's litigation practice includes financial services defensive litigation in state and federal court, appellate practice and general commercial litigation on behalf of the nation's largest mortgage servicers, national, regional and local banks, and other financial institutions. The firm participates in numerous trade organizations and is respected as a thought leader within the complex and ever-changing mortgage servicing industry.
About McGlinchey Stafford PLLC
McGlinchey Stafford is a leader in consumer financial services law, providing strategic legal counsel to financial services providers nationwide, large and small. McGlinchey’s seasoned team collaborates across practice areas and geographic regions, and the group’s guidance is often sought after by national financial service providers to address the complex intersection of federal and state law. The firm sustains its success in the financial services industry by staying on the cutting edge of legal and industry developments, participating in leadership positions at the highest levels of the major industry trade groups, maintaining important relationships with key federal and state regulators, and publishing and lecturing extensively.