Venable partner Allyson Baker will present "Federal and State Regulatory Concerns and Policies Towards Mobile Payment" at the Second Annual Conference on Mobile Payments Law on November 21, 2013. Ms. Baker will explain how companies can work with the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) to navigate mobile payment regulation.
Mobile payments are drawing more technology companies, financial institutions, carriers, investors, merchants and consumers. Contactless technologies, such as near-field communication and remote payment solutions that allow for more rapid checkout and a range of value-added services and propositions, are rushing to market. The legal framework for these technologies can be complex, as the roles of many players continue to change. These programs fall under financial services regulation, privacy and data security telecommunications regulation, consumer protection and other unresolved areas of regulation.
The conference will feature varying viewpoints from many experienced participants and supervisors of these complex systems for a broad perspective on mobile payment regulation.
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