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Consumer Protection CLE Course Catalog

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Regulatory Trends to Watch Out for in Consumer Finance
Consumer financial service regulators have been actively expanding their reach and authority over financial institutions, nonbank partners, and service providers over an increasing number of business practices. Since much of this expansion is accomplished without formal rulemaking, it is important for financial service companies to stay on top of the informal agency guidance and actions. We will discuss the latest regulatory trends and developments and what to watch for in 2023 from agencies including the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), Federal Trade Commission (FTC), and Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC). We will also discuss notable enforcement actions and litigation in these regulatory areas.

The Knowledge Group

$75

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60 Consumer Tips in 60 Minutes
This panel of national consumer experts will provide you with the necessary tips for achieving great results in your consumer cases.

American Bankruptcy Institute

$75

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Pursuing a Career Path in Commercial Fraud and Litigation
Hear tips and real-life stories from industry experts on how best to pursue a career path in commercial fraud and fraud litigation.

American Bankruptcy Institute

$75

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Dumb and Dumber: A Bankruptcy Stay Story
The panel enacts three hypotheticals involving repeat filer/debtor Harry, his not-quite-blue-stocking creditor Lloyd of Lloyd’s Auto Lot, and the chapter 7 and chapter 13 trustees, Dusty and Rusty. The legal issues presented will concern the “expiring stay” for repeat filers, redemption of repossessed vehicles, a discharge violation question involving refusal to release the car lien/title, and the attendant procedural and costs questions for each. Ripe Potatoes rates this a “must see”!

American Bankruptcy Institute

$75

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Recent Confirmation Developments
Join this session for a discussion on plan vs. statutory impairment (Ultra, PG&E), treatment of third-party releases/plan proponents (Millennium (3d Cir.), SunEdison and other recent S.D.N.Y./Del. Decisions; Emerge and Cloud Peak (Del.)), and classification (Novinda (10th Cir. BAP, litigation claims against a creditor justifies separate classification from other unsecureds)). Should all similarly situated creditors have the right to participate in rights offerings, financings, etc. (PacDrilling, Peabody)? The panelists will also discuss feasibility in light of the return of debtors to bankruptcy (including in the energy and retail space). Are reorganizations being rubber-stamped too easily?

American Bankruptcy Institute

$95

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Circuit and District Court Splits on Important Bankruptcy Issues with Bill Rochelle
Join Bill Rochelle as he hosts a panel of bankruptcy judges to discuss circuit splits on important bankruptcy issues. This panel will feature a fun game-show format where judges will vote to resolve the issues before they reach the U.S. Supreme Court.

American Bankruptcy Institute

$75

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Do You Speak Consumer?
This session will outline the top 10 consumer issues any bankruptcy or other attorney practicing consumer law needs to know.

American Bankruptcy Institute

$75

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Current Issues Facing Creditors’ Committees
Creditors’ committees are integral to the success of chapter 11 cases. This panel will discuss what it takes to maximize results for unsecured creditors in today’s chapter 11 cases, including how to deal with the different interests of the creditors who sit on creditors’ committees.

American Bankruptcy Institute

$75

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ABI’s Commission on Consumer Bankruptcy vs. the Consumer Bankruptcy Reform Act
This panel will compare Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s bill with the ABI Consumer Commission’s Final Report, released in 2019, and will address consumer bankruptcy legislation that could be introduced this spring.

American Bankruptcy Institute

$75

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