8th National Consumer Finance Class Actions and Litigation

Tuesday, January 27, 2009

About

The EVOLUTION in defending against consumer finance class actions and litigation continues:

Courts’ hostility to class action waivers in arbitration agreements...State AG investigation, UDAP enforcement, and follow on litigation…Predatory lending, discrimination, and suitability claims…National Bank Act preemption…TILA rescission…Prescreening actions and firm offer requirements…FDCPA violations…Security breach and FCRA identity theft cases…Wrongful foreclosure claims and adversary proceedings in bankruptcy court… RESPA class actions…

It’s no secret that this evolution has dramatically intensified the challenges of defending and managing these cases. And as financial services companies respond to these new risks and defend new causes of action, savvy plaintiff lawyers are working overtime to develop new strategies for bringing these complex cases. With all eyes on the industry, the stakes are higher than ever.

Yet in defending and managing these high-risk claims, defense counsel face a distinct UPHILL BATTLE:

1. Sheer volume of litigation – Organized, well-connected, and effective plaintiff attorneys filing large numbers of suits/theories and seeing what sticks, with the sheer volume of cases alone placing a huge burden on defense resources. Complaints now attack almost every technical and substantive aspect of loans, requiring a tremendous amount of time, energy, and money for a company to respond to and manage these claims.

2. Inequality of position with discovery – The burdens/costs of discovery fall disproportionately on the defense, becoming a weapon in plaintiff’s arsenal rather than a fact finding tool.

3. Negative public perception and bias against lenders in the current “mortgage crisis” atmosphere, jeopardizing your ability to get a fair jury trial.

4. Judges who decline to: place reasonable limits on discovery; dismiss frivolous cases/grant summary judgment; and supervise antics of counsel.

Given this evolution and uphill battle, there is simply no room for error in the defense of these claims. In response, ACI is proud to bring you the essential defense forum that will shape the future of litigation strategies for leading outside counsel & in-house counsel in the consumer finance industry: 8th Annual Conference on Consumer Finance Class Actions & Litigation. Through a faculty of 24 distinguished in-house counsel, as well as renowned outside defense counsel and jurists, this conference will provide even the most seasoned attorneys with critical insights and practical strategies needed to protect your client in this complex arena and keep him/her up to date on the emerging claims and prepared to roll out the most strategic defenses.

Contents & Contributors

About

The EVOLUTION in defending against consumer finance class actions and litigation continues:

Courts’ hostility to class action waivers in arbitration agreements...State AG investigation, UDAP enforcement, and follow on litigation…Predatory lending, discrimination, and suitability claims…National Bank Act preemption…TILA rescission…Prescreening actions and firm offer requirements…FDCPA violations…Security breach and FCRA identity theft cases…Wrongful foreclosure claims and adversary proceedings in bankruptcy court… RESPA class actions…

It’s no secret that this evolution has dramatically intensified the challenges of defending and managing these cases. And as financial services companies respond to these new risks and defend new causes of action, savvy plaintiff lawyers are working overtime to develop new strategies for bringing these complex cases. With all eyes on the industry, the stakes are higher than ever.

Yet in defending and managing these high-risk claims, defense counsel face a distinct UPHILL BATTLE:

1. Sheer volume of litigation – Organized, well-connected, and effective plaintiff attorneys filing large numbers of suits/theories and seeing what sticks, with the sheer volume of cases alone placing a huge burden on defense resources. Complaints now attack almost every technical and substantive aspect of loans, requiring a tremendous amount of time, energy, and money for a company to respond to and manage these claims.

2. Inequality of position with discovery – The burdens/costs of discovery fall disproportionately on the defense, becoming a weapon in plaintiff’s arsenal rather than a fact finding tool.

3. Negative public perception and bias against lenders in the current “mortgage crisis” atmosphere, jeopardizing your ability to get a fair jury trial.

4. Judges who decline to: place reasonable limits on discovery; dismiss frivolous cases/grant summary judgment; and supervise antics of counsel.

Given this evolution and uphill battle, there is simply no room for error in the defense of these claims. In response, ACI is proud to bring you the essential defense forum that will shape the future of litigation strategies for leading outside counsel & in-house counsel in the consumer finance industry: 8th Annual Conference on Consumer Finance Class Actions & Litigation. Through a faculty of 24 distinguished in-house counsel, as well as renowned outside defense counsel and jurists, this conference will provide even the most seasoned attorneys with critical insights and practical strategies needed to protect your client in this complex arena and keep him/her up to date on the emerging claims and prepared to roll out the most strategic defenses.

Contents & Contributors

Getting Arbitration Agreements and Related Class Action Waivers Enforced When Courts Are More Willing then Ever to Reevaluate Their Fairness
David Oppenheim, Senior Counsel, Law and Compliance, Discover Financial Services (Riverwoods, IL)
Brian Brooks, Partner, O’Melveny & Myers LLP (Washington, DC)
Christopher R. Lipsett, Partner, WilmerHale (New York, NY)

Emerging State and Local Coordinated Enforcement Activities/Investigations and Their Impact on Preemption and Litigation Against Lenders
Benjamin B. Klubes, Partner, Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP (Washington, DC)
TILA and UDAP: Avoiding and Responding to the Latest Inadequate Disclosure Claims
Howard N. Cayne, Partner, Arnold & Porter LLP (Washington, DC)
Heather Koenig, Assoc. General Counsel, Sales, Service, Execution & Marketing Bank of America (Charlotte, NC)
Marisa A. Gómez, Assistant General Counsel, Marketing - Legal & Regulatory Capital One (McLean, VA)
Thomas M. Hefferon, Partner, Goodwin Procter LLP (Washington, DC)

Suitability/Structured Unfairness Claims: Defending Against Allegations that Unsuitable Loans Were Made by Unscrupulous Lenders/Brokers
Ronald M. Arlas, Litigation Counsel, Greenpoint Mortgage Funding, Inc. (Novato, CA)
Julia B. Strickland, Partner, Stroock & Stroock & Lavan LLP (Los Angeles, CA)
Andrew K. Stutzman, Partner, Stradley Ronon Stevens & Young, LLP (Philadelphia, PA)

Managing the Current and Future Waves of Discriminatory and Predatory Lending/Servicing Cases
R. Bruce Allensworth, Partner, K&L Gates LLP (Boston, MA)

Using the Latest RESPA Jurisprudence to Clarify How to Prevent and Cure Charge/Payment Errors When Managing Transactions
Stephen J. Bumgarner, Partner, Burr & Forman LLP (Birmingham, AL)
Frank A. Hirsch, Jr., Partner, Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough LLP (Raleigh, NC)
Greg Walker, Managing Director and Counsel, UBS Investment Bank (New York, NY)

FCRA & FACTA Litigation and the ‘Willfulness’ Issue: Using Recent and Emerging Developments to Your Advantage
Linda B. Dubnow, Partner, Neal, Gerber & Eisenberg LLP (Chicago, IL)
Aaron D. Van Oort, Partner, Faegre & Benson LLP (Minneapolis, MN)
Joel S. Feldman, Partner, Sidley Austin LLP (Chicago, IL)

Litigating Consumer Class Actions Involving Bankruptcies and Foreclosures
William H. Leech, Shareholder, Copeland, Cook, Taylor & Bush, P.A. (Ridgeland, MS)
Terri L. Gardner, Partner, Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough LLP (Raleigh, NC)

Fair Debt: Examining Key FDCPA Litigation Trends and Minimizing Risks of Using Autodialers and Prerecorded Messages in Collection Activities
Gregory E. Harmer, Executive Vice President/General Counsel, iQor, Inc. (New York, NY)
Steven A. Levy, Principal, Goldberg Kohn (Chicago, IL)
Michele L. Stocker, Shareholder, Greenberg Traurig, LLP (Fort Lauderdale, FL)

Data Breaches and Identity Theft: Ensuring an Effective Response and Mitigating Class Action Damages
Scott M. Murphy, Assistant General Counsel-Consumer Finance
American General Finance, Inc. (Evansville, IN)
Peter McCorkell, Senior Company Counsel, Wells Fargo (San Francisco, CA)
William L. Stern, Partner, Morrison & Foerster LLP (San Francisco, CA)

Maintaining Professionalism and Ethics in Consumer Finance Class Actions and Litigation
Bryan A. Fratkin, Partner, McGuireWoods LLP (Richmond, VA)
David W. Waddell, Partner, Seyfarth Shaw LLP (Houston, TX)

 



DOCUMENT TYPES: DOC PPT PDF PPTX PRESENTATIONS AVAILABLE: 60

7:20
Registration and Continental Breakfast
8:00
Co-Chairs' Opening Remarks
Thomas M. Hefferon

Goodwin Procter‚ LLP
Michael S. Malloy
Associate General Counsel
Bank of America
8:10
Getting Arbitration Agreements and Related Class Action Waivers Enforced When Courts Are More Willing then Ever to Reevaluate Their Fairness
Gary A. Deutsch
Senior Counsel
PNC Bank, N.A.
Mr. David Oppenheim
Senior Counsel‚ Law and Compliance
Discover Financial Services
1 file
Enforcing Consumer Arbitration Agreements
742.5 KB 5 pages Presentation
PPT - Enforcing Consumer Arbitration Agreements
Mr. Brian Brooks
Partner and Office Head‚ Washington‚ DC Office
O'Melveny & Meyers LLP
1 file
Arbitrating Consumer Finance Disputes: Rights of Nonsignatories, and Rights Against Nonsignatories
272 KB 8 pages Presentation
PPT - Arbitrating Consumer Finance Disputes: Rights of  Nonsignatories, and Rights Against Nonsignatories
Mr. Christopher R. Lipsett
Partner
WilmerHale
1 file
Unconscionability Analysis Of Arbitration Provisions That Preclude Class Action Procedures in Arbitration
49 KB 5 pages Presentation
DOC - Unconscionability Analysis Of Arbitration Provisions That Preclude Class Action Procedures in Arbitration
9:35
Morning Coffee Break
9:50
Emerging State and Local Coordinated Enforcement Activities/Investigations and Their Impact on Preemption and Litigation Against Lenders
Mr. Benjamin B. Klubes
Co-Managing Partner
BuckleySandler LLP
6 files
Emerging State and Local Coordinated Enforcement Activities/Investigations and Their Impact on Preemption and Litigation Against Lenders
210 KB 20 pages Presentation
PPT - Emerging State and Local Coordinated Enforcement Activities/Investigations and Their Impact on Preemption and Litigation Against Lenders
Klubes.B.Fremont2
1.1 MB 27 pages Presentation
PDF - Klubes.B.Fremont2
Klubes.B.FremontTRO
3.3 MB 21 pages Presentation
PDF - Klubes.B.FremontTRO
Klubes.B.NewCenturyTRO
2.8 MB 14 pages Presentation
PDF - Klubes.B.NewCenturyTRO
Klubes.B.OptionOneDecision
2.6 MB 54 pages Presentation
PDF - Klubes.B.OptionOneDecision
Klubes.B.RevisedHomeValuationCodeOfConduct
114.8 KB 7 pages Presentation
PDF - Klubes.B.RevisedHomeValuationCodeOfConduct
Michael S. Malloy
Associate General Counsel
Bank of America
Mr. Bruce M. Jacobs
Member
Spilman Thomas & Battle‚ PLLC
9 files
Jacobs.B.ANNUAL.REPORT
2 MB 89 pages Presentation
PDF - Jacobs.B.ANNUAL.REPORT
Jacobs.B.BAGsObjectionsToProprosed
85.6 KB 23 pages Presentation
PDF - Jacobs.B.BAGsObjectionsToProprosed
Jacobs.B.COUNTRYWIDE.COMPLAINT
1.6 MB 46 pages Presentation
PDF - Jacobs.B.COUNTRYWIDE.COMPLAINT
Jacobs.B.COUNTRYWIDE.STIPULATION
1003.8 KB 26 pages Presentation
PDF - Jacobs.B.COUNTRYWIDE.STIPULATION
Jacobs.B.DATA.BREACH.STUDY
1 MB 36 pages Presentation
PDF - Jacobs.B.DATA.BREACH.STUDY
Jacobs.B.SurveyOfAGInvestigations
330.4 KB 125 pages Presentation
PDF - Jacobs.B.SurveyOfAGInvestigations
Jacobs.B.WORKING.GROUP.NO2
745.8 KB 30 pages Presentation
PDF - Jacobs.B.WORKING.GROUP.NO2
Jacobs.B.WORKING.GROUP.NO3
939.5 KB 32 pages Presentation
PDF - Jacobs.B.WORKING.GROUP.NO3
Jacobs.B.WORKING.GROUP.REPORT.NO1
1.1 MB 46 pages Presentation
PDF - Jacobs.B.WORKING.GROUP.REPORT.NO1
11:10
TILA and UDAP: Avoiding and Responding to the Latest Inadequate Disclosure Claims
Mr. Howard S. Cayne
Partner
Arnold & Porter LLP
1 file
Cayne.H.CrossCountryBank.v.StateOfNewYork
352 KB 111 pages Presentation
PDF - Cayne.H.CrossCountryBank.v.StateOfNewYork
Ms. Heather Koenig
Senior Vice President & Associate General Counsel
Bank of America
1 file
Avoiding Claims of Unfair or Deceptive Advertising
761.5 KB 11 pages Presentation
PPT - Avoiding Claims of Unfair or Deceptive Advertising
Ms. Marisa Gomez
Assistant General Counsel‚ Marketing - Legal & Regulatory
Capital One
1 file
Amended UDAP and TILA Regulations
245 KB 15 pages Presentation
PPT - Amended UDAP and TILA Regulations
Thomas M. Hefferon

Goodwin Procter‚ LLP
1 file
Summary of “Option ARM” Loan Litigation
664.5 KB 170 pages Presentation
PDF - Summary of “Option ARM” Loan Litigation
12:30
Networking Luncheon for Speakers and Delegates
13:40
Suitability/Structured Unfairness Claims: Defending Against Allegations that Unsuitable Loans Were Made by Unscrupulous Lenders/Brokers
Mr. Ronald Arlas
Litigation Counsel
GreenPoint Mortgage Funding
1 file
SUITABILITY - A New Legal Theory Against Lenders?
1.2 MB 6 pages Presentation
PPT - SUITABILITY - A New Legal TheoryAgainst Lenders?
Ms. Susan Stocks
Assistant General Counsel
Freddie Mac
Ms. Julia Strickland
Partner
Stroock & Stroock & Lavan LLP
9 files
Strickland.J.Andrews.v.ChevyChaseBank
123.2 KB 18 pages Presentation
PDF - Strickland.J.Andrews.v.ChevyChaseBank
Strickland.J.Baltimore.v.Wells FargoBankN.A.
2.6 MB 78 pages Presentation
PDF - Strickland.J.Baltimore.v.Wells FargoBankN.A.
Strickland.J.ClassCertification
491.3 KB 34 pages Presentation
PDF - Strickland.J.ClassCertification
Strickland.J.Commonwealth.v.FremontInvestmentandLoan
332.8 KB 15 pages Presentation
PDF - Strickland.J.Commonwealth.v.FremontInvestmentandLoan
Strickland.J.FloydComplaint
319 KB 13 pages Presentation
PDF - Strickland.J.FloydComplaint
Strickland.J.Motion.to.Dismiss
111.3 KB 26 pages Presentation
PDF - Strickland.J.Motion.to.Dismiss
Strickland.J.PreliminaryInjunction
232.5 KB 17 pages Presentation
PDF - Strickland.J.PreliminaryInjunction
Strickland.J.Summary
18.2 KB 1 page Presentation
PDF - Strickland.J.Summary
Strickland.J.YniguezComplaint
1.3 MB 37 pages Presentation
PDF - Strickland.J.YniguezComplaint
-Andrew K. Stutzman

Stradley Ronon Stevens & Young, LLP
1 file
Suitability/Structured Unfairness Claims
421.5 KB 37 pages Presentation
PPT - Suitability/Structured Unfairness Claims
15:00
Afternoon Refreshment Break
15:10
Managing the Current and Future Waves of Discriminatory and Predatory Lending/Servicing Cases
Mr. R. Bruce Allensworth
Partner
K&L Gates LLP
1 file
Managing Current and Future Waves of Discriminatory and Predatory Lending / Servicing Cases
260.5 KB 18 pages Presentation
PPT - Managing Current and Future Waves of Discriminatory and Predatory Lending / Servicing Cases
Mr. Howard S. Lindenberg
Associate General Counsel
Freddie Mac
Mr. Nicholas ""Mick"" Sladic
Senior Associate General Counsel & Vice President‚ Legal
Capital One Services‚ Inc.
Douglas A. Thompson
Partner
Bryan Cave LLP
16:30
Using the Latest RESPA Jurisprudence to Clarify How to Prevent and Cure Charge/Payment Errors When Managing Transactions
Mr. Stephen J. Bumgarner
Partner
Burr & Forman LLP
2 files
RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN RESPA SECTION 8(B) JURISPRUDENCE
178 KB 7 pages Presentation
PPT - RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN RESPA SECTION 8(B) JURISPRUDENCE
RESPA ARTICLE
233.4 KB 15 pages Presentation
PDF - RESPA ARTICLE
Frank A. Hirsch, Jr.

Alston & Bird LLP
2 files
Using the Latest RESPA Jurisprudence
1.5 MB 38 pages Presentation
PPT - Using the Latest RESPA Jurisprudence
DIGEST OF RESPA CASES
100 KB 12 pages Presentation
DOC - DIGEST OF RESPA CASES
Mr. Greg Walker
Managing Director and Corporate Counsel
UBS Investment Bank
2 files
The Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act (RESPA)
210 KB 15 pages Presentation
PPT - The Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act (RESPA)
Supplement-The Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act (RESPA)
3.1 MB 83 pages Presentation
PDF - Supplement-The Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act (RESPA)
17:45
Conference Adjourns
7:30
Continental Breakfast
8:00
Co-Chairs' Remarks
Thomas M. Hefferon

Goodwin Procter‚ LLP
Michael S. Malloy
Associate General Counsel
Bank of America
8:05
In-House Counsel Insights on Preventing and Managing Consumer Finance Litigation
Michael Schulte
Counsel
Springleaf Financial Services
Joseph T. Green
General Counsel
TCF Financial Corporation
Mr. Mark L. LoSacco
Senior Litigation Counsel
American Express Travel Related Services Company‚ Inc.
Ms. Eileen S. Simon
Group Executive‚ Senior Associate General Counsel
MasterCard Worldwide
Moderator: Mr. Matthew Previn
Partner
BuckleySandler LLP
9:35
FCRA & FACTA Litigation and the 'Willfulness' Issue: Using Recent and Emerging Developments to Your Advantage
Mr. William R. Thompson
Legal Counsel
Ally Financial Inc.
Ms. Linda B. Dubnow
Partner
Neal‚ Gerber & Eisenberg LLP
2 files
Firm Offers of Credit: An Outline for Compliance with the Fair Credit Reporting Act
2.5 MB 23 pages Presentation
PDF - Firm Offers of Credit: An Outline for Compliance with the Fair Credit Reporting Act
Firm Offers of Credit: An Outline for Compliance
397.5 KB 17 pages Presentation
PPT - Firm Offers of Credit: An Outline for Compliance
Mr. Aaron D. Van Oort
Partner
Faegre & Benson LLP
2 files
Defending Class Actions Brought Under The Fair And Accurate Credit Transactions Act
54.1 KB 18 pages Presentation
PDF - Defending Class Actions Brought Under The Fair And Accurate Credit Transactions Act
FACTA is a Four-Letter Word
1 MB 20 pages Presentation
PPT - FACTA is a Four-Letter Word
Moderator: Mr. Joel S. Feldman
Partner
Sidley Austin LLP
2 files
THE IMPACT OF SAFECO v. BURR
273 KB 14 pages Presentation
PPT - THE IMPACT OF SAFECO v. BURR
WILLFUL VIOLATIONS OF THE FAIR CREDIT REPORTING ACT: THE IMPACT OF SAFECO INSURANCE COMPANY OF AMERICA V. BURR
88.1 KB 17 pages Presentation
PDF - WILLFUL VIOLATIONS OF THE FAIR CREDIT REPORTING ACT: THE IMPACT OF SAFECO INSURANCE COMPANY OF AMERICA V. BURR
10:50
Morning Coffee Break
11:00
Litigating Consumer Class Actions Involving Bankruptcies and Foreclosures
Mr. William H. Leech
Shareholder
Copeland‚ Cook‚ Taylor and Bush‚ P.A.
1 file
LITIGATING CONSUMER CLASS ACTIONS INVOLVING BANKRUPTCIES AND FORECLOSURES
2.4 MB 20 pages Presentation
PDF - LITIGATING CONSUMER CLASS ACTIONS INVOLVING BANKRUPTCIES AND FORECLOSURES
Ms. Terri L. Gardner
Partner
Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough LLP
1 file
CONSUMER CLASS ACTIONS-BANKRUPTCIES AND FORECLOSURES
224.4 KB 32 pages Presentation
PDF - CONSUMER CLASS ACTIONS-BANKRUPTCIES AND FORECLOSURES
11:50
Fair Debt: Examining Key FDCPA Litigation Trends and Minimizing Risks of Using Autodialers and Prerecorded Messages in Collection Activities
Mr. Gregory E. Harmer
EVP, Legal and Compliance
iQor‚ Inc.
1 file
MINIMIZING RISKS OF USING AUTODIALERS AND PRERECORDED MESSAGES IN COLLECTION ACTIVITIES
106.8 KB 20 pages Presentation
PPTX - MINIMIZING RISKS OF USING AUTODIALERS AND PRERECORDED MESSAGES IN COLLECTION ACTIVITIES
Mr. Steven A. Levy
Principal
Goldberg Kohn
1 file
PRACTICAL CONSIDERATIONS FOR DEFENDING FDCPA CLAIMS
548.5 KB 28 pages Presentation
PPT - PRACTICAL CONSIDERATIONS FOR DEFENDING FDCPA CLAIMS
Ms. Michele Stocker
Shareholder and Chair, Financial Services Litigation
Greenberg Traurig LLP
1 file
FDCPA Case Law Update
545.5 KB 32 pages Presentation
PPT - FDCPA Case Law Update
12:50
Networking Luncheon for Speakers and Delegates
13:55
View From the Bench: Judicial Perspectives on Class Action Theories‚ Defenses‚ Discovery‚ Settlement and Trial
The Honorable Gerald Bard Tjoflat
U.S. Circuit Judge
United States Court of Appeals, Eleventh Circuit
The Honorable Ruben Castillo
U.S. Dist. Ct., N.D. Ill.
The Honorable Judith H. Wizmur
U.S. Bankruptcy Chief Judge
United States Bankruptcy Court‚ District of New Jersey
- The Honorable David J. Waxse
U.S. Magistrate Judge
United States District Court‚ District of Kansas
Richard E. Gottlieb
Partner
BuckleySandler LLP
15:25
Afternoon Refreshment Break
15:35
Data Breaches and Identity Theft: Ensuring an Effective Response and Mitigating Class Action Damages
Mr. Scott M. Murphy
Assistant General Counsel-Consumer Finance
American General Finance‚ Inc.
1 file
How you know if you have a Data Security Breach, and what you should do if when you have one
42 KB 4 pages Presentation
DOC - How you know if you have a Data Security Breach, and what you should do if when you have one
Mr. Peter McCorkell
Senior Company Counsel
Wells Fargo
3 files
McCorkell.P.BreachNoticeLaws
143.5 KB 4 pages Presentation
DOC - McCorkell.P.BreachNoticeLaws
McCorkell.P.CA.AssyBackgroundPaperDatBreach
57.5 KB 6 pages Presentation
DOC - McCorkell.P.CA.AssyBackgroundPaperDatBreach
McCorkell.P.CA.SB
157.2 KB 8 pages Presentation
PDF - McCorkell.P.CA.SB
William Stern
Partner
Morrison & Foerster LLP
4 files
Data Breaches and Identity Theft
639 KB 19 pages Presentation
PPT - Data Breaches and Identity Theft
Stern.W.3.RBSWorldpay
699.1 KB 18 pages Presentation
PDF - Stern.W.3.RBSWorldpay
The Collection and Retention of Social Security Numbers
68.5 KB 6 pages Presentation
DOC - The Collection and Retention of Social Security Numbers
Website Accessibility – A Technical Advantage Becomes a Point of Vulnerability
60 KB 4 pages Presentation
DOC - Website Accessibility – A Technical Advantage Becomes a Point of Vulnerability
16:45
Maintaining Professionalism and Ethics in Consumer Finance Class Actions and Litigation
Bryan A. Fratkin

McGuireWoods LLP
-Mr. David W. Waddell
Partner
Seyfarth Shaw LLP
1 file
Maintaining Professionalism and Ethics in Consumer Finance Class Actions and Litigation
816.5 KB 110 pages Presentation
PPT - Maintaining Professionalism and Ethics in Consumer Finance Class Actions and Litigation
17:45
Conference Ends