General counsel should keep on their toes in matters affecting consumers because—contrary to popular belief—regulators are aggressively pursuing consumer complaints on both the federal and state level.

That’s the advice from Alan Kaplinsky, co-leader of Ballard Spahr’s consumer financial services group. He said his law firm has not seen any continued drop in the number of investigations under President Donald Trump’s administration.

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