Creditor's Practice

Creditors Practice: Ethical Issues Related to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau


The advent of the CFPB presents real ethics issues for lawyers to consider. This causes tension between a lawyer's rights under the Rules of Professional conduct to represent your client zealously versus the CFPB to regulate lawyers conduct and impose personal liability. The speaker will discuss proposals under consideration regarding collector obligation and for responding to consumer disputes.

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Good presenter.

Although the information is a little out of date (it pre-dates the initial opinion of the DC Circuit in PHH Corp.), but the warnings and suggestions for best practices are all still very topical.

Presenter was well-informed and made insightful observations.

This lecture was very similar to the seminar Dan gave at the creditor's rights forum. Still good information though.

Dan did a great job. I deal with financial institutions and CFPB regulations frequently. He is right on top of the issues being presented. Thanks for this presentation. Dan Small

Interesting to view this presentation from May in view of December's hindsight.

Double or triple efforts to verify information provided by clients for purposes of collection of just debts due and owing by their customers.


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Course InformationHighlights
  • Flexible to your schedule
  • Viewable on desktop or mobile devices
  • Discount for Creditors Practice Section Members
Course Credits Dual Credits: 1.00
General Credits: 0.00
Total Credits: 1

This program will be filed for Tennessee CLE credit. Please email a request to for Georgia and Mississippi CLE credit.