Agenda At-A-Glance

Day One, Thursday, July 28, 2016

7:30 Registration and Continental Breakfast 8:00 Co-Chairs’ Opening Remarks 8:05 In-House Roundtables: How Corporate Counsel Are Managing Consumer Finance Claims/Class Actions, Compliance Challenges, and Enforcement Actions and Examinations, Selecting and Working with Outside Counsel to Enhance the Client-Attorney Relationship, and Achieving Efficiencies with Reduced Budgets and Smaller Staffs
  • Panel 1 | 8:05 – 9:20
  • Panel 2 | 9:20 – 10:35
10:35 Networking and Refreshment Break 10:45 Regulatory Enforcement and Examination Roundtable: The View from Federal and State Agencies and Attorneys General on New and Emerging Initiatives, Enforcement Actions, Examination Procedures, and Investigations 12:05 Consumer Finance Class Action Litigation and Settlement Trends and New and Emerging Procedural Considerations: Certification, Class Ascertainability Issues, and Other Procedural Developments, New Cases, Emerging Theories of Liability, and Recent Developments in Settlement Strategies 1:15 Networking Luncheon for Speakers and Attendees 2:15 The CFPB and the Consumer Finance Industry: Considerations and Lessons Learned from Recent CFPB Enforcement Actions, Including in the Areas of Cybersecurity and Data Privacy, Gauging the Impact of the Bureau’s Position on Arbitration, Assessing its Expanded Use of UDAAP Provisions, and Evaluating the Bureau’s Enhanced Oversight nd Heightened Scrutiny of Financial Institutions and Nonbank ‘Larger Participants’, Including the Student Lending, Auto Lending, Marketplace Lending, and Installment Lending Industries 3:30 Networking and Refreshment Break 3:40 Residential Mortgages: Lender and Servicer Class Action, Litigation, Settlement, and Procedural Trends With Regard to Loan Mods, Lender-Placed Insurance, Duty of Care, and More; Latest Foreclosure Challenges Tied to Statutes of Limitation; Ongoing Impact of CFPB Mortgage Rules; and Best-in-Class Risk Management and Regulatory Practices 4:50 Debt Collection and Credit Reporting Litigation and Enforcement Actions: Developing Effective Defense Strategies for New and Emerging Claims and Managing Government Enforcement Actions Arising From the FDCPA and the FCRA 5:50 Conference Adjourns to Day Two
Cocktail Reception hosted by:

Day Two, Friday, July 29, 2016

7:30 Continental Breakfast 8:00 Views from the Bench: Judicial Perspectives on Class Certification, Arbitration, the Evolution of the Law, Settlement Considerations, the Latest Plaintiff Theories, Emerging Defense Strategies, E-Discovery, Bankruptcy and Foreclosure Litigation, and More 9:30 Networking and Refreshment Break 9:40 The Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA): Litigation and Settlement Trends, New Plaintiff Theories, Emerging Defense Strategies, Class Action Certification Issues, and Staying Ahead of the Curve in the Face of Complex and Unclear Rules 10:55 Supreme Court Roundup – Campbell-Ewald, Tyson Foods, Spokeo and Beyond: Exploring Alternative Avenues to Moot a Class Action in the Wake of Campbell-Ewald, Evaluating the Impact of Tyson Foods, Assessing the Status of Spokeo, and Adapting Your Consumer Finance Class Action and Litigation Strategies in Anticipation of Forthcoming Supreme Court Decisions 12:00 Networking Luncheon for Speakers and Attendees 1:00 Fair Lending: Managing and Defending Against Claims of Discriminatory, Predatory, and Abusive Lending and Assessing the Status of ‘Disparate Impact’ in Lending Litigation and Enforcement 2:15 The Borrower’s Perspective: Insights From the Plaintiffs’ Bar and Consumer Advocates 3:30 Conference Ends