February 26, 2020

Online Lending Legal and Policy Issues Resources (Lend360 Winter 2020)

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LEND360 held its first annual Online Lending Legal and Policy Issues Forum on February 26, 2020, at Venable’s Washington, DC office. The conference focused on the legal issues facing online lenders and fintech firms.  Opening and closing remarks were provided by Jonathan L. Pompan, co-chair, Venable’s Consumer Financial Services Practice Group.  Other speakers included Patrick M. Kane and Gerry S. Sachs, members of Venable’s Privacy and Consumer Financial Services practices, who provided insights on the panels, “Data Privacy and Security – The Implications for Your Business” and “Enforcement Trends and Other Insights from the FTC – What You Need to Know.” And Andrew Arculin provided comments on Online Lending and Valid-When-Made Doctrine / True Lender Legal Landscape.  Other topics included online lending advertising, marketing, and lead generation; CFPB Investigations and Enforcement; and the CFPB Office of Innovation provided a keynote presentation.  For more information on LEND360, please click here.

Below are a number of articles and presentations on related topics by Venable attorneys.

Related Articles and Presentations

Online Lending Regulatory Matters
Online Lending / FinTech Mergers & Acquisitions
Consumer Privacy and Data Security
Government Investigations and Enforcement
Advertising, Marketing, and Lead Generation
Lending and California Developments
Debt Collection and Buying