Jeff Naimon addressed primary statutes and regulations for consumer lending that are intended to increase consumer knowledge through disclosure, features of these disclosure regimes, and the future of disclosure as a regulatory technique.
Jeff Naimon discussed the Department of Justice and Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s interagency redlining initiative, and Sasha Leonhardt discussed what the Biden administration’s recent announcement of broad-based federal student loan forgiveness may mean.
Former regulators discussed federal and state efforts to regulate the consumer financial services market in a period of both swift innovation and an increased focus on equity and fairness, and Jeff Naimon discusses the impact of ESG on lending and overall compliance governance.
Orrick attorneys John Coleman, Amanda Lawrence, and Jeff Naimon discussed what the Fifth Circuit’s decision could mean for providers of consumer financial services.
Jeff Naimon discusses lessons the industry has learned from the pandemic and Jon Langlois discusses the The Libor Transition.
Jeff Naimon discussed some of the concerns lenders have with respect to Section 1071 of the Dodd Frank Act — the small business data collection rule meant to help the government identify discrimination against minority- and women-owned small businesses.