May 15, 2018 - 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM EST

Lucia v. SEC – What Does This Decision Mean for Regulated Businesses?

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Webinar

Please join Venable LLP for a complimentary webinar on "Lucia v. SEC – What Will the Decision Mean for the Consumer Financial Services Industry?" on Tuesday, May 15, 2018.

Members of Venable's Consumer Financial Services, Securities Enforcement, and Regulatory Practices ‎will share their experiences from the front lines, offer insights into this constitutional question, and discuss the practical implications for parties that litigate before the CFPB or SEC.

Topics will include:

  • An overview of the case from a constitutional and administrative law prospective
  • Discussion of the parties and amicus brief filers and their positions
  • Possible outcomes from the Supreme Court and the effect on companies and individuals litigating before the SEC and CFPB
  • Potential impacts of the case moving forward, including:
    • ALJ appointment and ratification issues at the CFPB and SEC
    • Due process, equal protection, and separation of powers issues inherent to the CFPB's and SEC's administrative forums
    • Pros and cons of administrative and federal forums
  • Moving beyond the Appointments Clause – What is the next case to work its way to the Supreme Court?

This session will focus on the constitutional issues immediately before the Supreme Court, the issues that may arise tomorrow, and the practical outcomes for providers of consumer financial products and services and other entities subject to enforcement by the CFPB or the SEC.

Participants will have an opportunity to ask questions and will receive a copy of the presentation and other materials following the live event.

Speakers:
Allyson Baker, Partner, Venable LLP
John Cooney, Partner, Venable LLP
George Kostolampros, Partner, Venable LLP
Meredith Boylan, Counsel, Venable LLP
Peter Frechette, Associate, Venable LLP

Register for this webinar here.

 

CLE ACCREDITATION

This activity has been approved for Minimum Continuing Legal Education credit by the State Bar of California in the amount of 1.5 hours, of which 1.5 hours applies to the general credit requirement, and by the State Bar of New York in the amount of 1.5 credit hours, of which 1.5 credit hours can be applied to the Areas of Professional Practice requirement. Venable certifies this activity conforms to the standards for approved education activities prescribed by the rules and regulations of the State Bar of California and State Bar of New York, which govern minimum continuing legal education. Venable is a State Bar of California and State Bar of New York approved MCLE provider.