The evolution of consumer financial services laws and regulations can leave even the experienced lawyer felling overwhelmed. This annual in-person educational institute is designed to expose practitioners to key areas of CFS law, whether you are new to the industry or simply need a refresher. A classroom approach is used to review the origins, statutes, and regulations that govern CFS law and give you what you need to practice this influential area of law. Topics include: truth in lending; fair lending; financial privacy and data security; debt collection and credit reporting; consumer communications: FDCPA, TCPA, TSR, CANSPAM, and others; mortgage origination and servicing; asset accounts, payment systems and digital currencies; installment lending; military lending; UDAAP; anti-money laundering; and FinTech products and services. Past participants Have Said: "Loved all the topics! Everything was great!" "The panelists were all different, engaging, knowledgeable, and interesting/approachable. Credit conferences are few and far betweeen and this partcular ocnference covered a wide range of topics that could be digested by newcomers to banking law but the content wasn't so rudimentary that it wasn't helpful if you know just enough to be dangerous." "The speakers were fantastic - and the well-rounded array of topics was great."