The Eighth Annual National Institute on Consumer Financial Services Basics provides learning and networking opportunities to help attorneys engaged in consumer financial services law. This conference is designed to expose practitioners to key areas of consumer financial services law, whether you need a primer or a refresher. In the pressure cooker of today's financial services industry, the breadth and complexity of the issues you are facing will overwhelm any seminar on recent developments. It is time to take a step back and think through some of these complex issues with a faculty that combines decades of practical experience with law school analysis. The classroom approach is used to review the background, assess the current policy factors, step into the shoes of regulators, and develop an approach that can be used to interpret and evaluate the scores of laws and regulations that affect your clients.
Washington, D.C. partner Linda Odom will present on "Asset Accounts: Payments, Regulation E, Prepaid Cards" from 1:45 - 2:45 p.m. on 20 October.