About the Seminar
The impact of technology on consumer law is ever apparent in recent federal rulemaking, introduction of the undefined term “FinTech” and news of security breaches and cyber-attacks hitting the front page… or your inbox on an increasing basis. This program includes discussions on those topics as well as a look at recent high court rulings in the debt collection space and how to deal with the stress of keeping up with the ever-changing landscape of consumer law.
This program will appeal most to lawyers practicing in consumer, debtor and/or creditor law. Attorneys wanting to be brought up to speed on pressing issues and topics in consumer law are encouraged to attend!
Welcome and Opening Remarks
Carri Grube-Lybarker - S.C. Department of Consumer Affairs - Columbia
Cybersecurity in the Financial Space: Your Responsibilities Under ABA Rule 477 & Tips to Comply
David M. Furr - Gray, Layton, Kersh, Solomon, Furr & Smith, P.A. - Gastonia, NC
Legislative and Case Law Update
Donna J. Backwinkel - S.C. Department of Consumer Affairs - Columbia
Focus on Debt Collection - A Look at Recent High Court Rulings
David A. “Dave” Maxfield - Dave Maxfield, Attorney, LLC - Columbia
Changes on the Horizon: A Dive into the World of Federal Rulemaking
Laura R. “Becky” Dover - S.C. Department of Consumer Affairs - Columbia
The Interaction of State Consumer Protection Laws and “FinTech”
Diane Standaert - Center for Responsible Lending - Durham, NC
An Invitation to Well-Being
Beth Padgett - South Carolina Bar - Columbia
This seminar qualifies for 5.66 MCLE credit hours, including up to 2.0 LEPR credit hour, 1.0 SA/MH credit hour, and 2.0 Bankruptcy and Debtor-Creditor specialization credit hours.
This seminar is Intermediate Level.
Note: When submitting your compliance reports to the SC Commission on CLE and Specialization, please use this course code for 2018: 183754ADO
About the Seminar