The CDIA Virtual Law & Industry Conference is an essential event for anyone involved in consumer reporting. This year CDIA has secured a wonderful lineup of speakers to discuss the most current and important issues impacting the credit reporting industry, including such hot topics as the state of the consumer reporting industry, disputes and CFPB complaints, the new state legislation impacting privacy and data, current litigation and enforcement trends, developments in identity verification and much more!
Some of the latest speakers to join the conference, include:
- Lisa DeLessio, Partner, Hudson Cook, has extensive experience advising financial institutions, licensed lenders and servicers, on issues related to compliance with Federal and state law. On the panel, “DISPUTES, Driving the Discussion” Ms. DeLessio and Joel Strickland, New Management Services will explore the dispute process, the latest trends in handling disputes and how to address them.
- David Anthony, Partner, Troutman Pepper, is an experienced trial attorney with a concentration in litigating financial services and business disputes, including class actions. Mr. Anthony and co-panelists, Becki Kuehn, Partner, Hudson Cook and Eric Ellman, Senior Vice President, Public Policy & Legal Affairs, Consumer data industry Association, for the panel “THE GATHERING STORM: Litigation and Enforcement.”
- Maneesha Mithal, Partner, Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati, is an international privacy expert, having led the Federal Trade Commission’s Division of Privacy and Identity Protection for many years. Ms. Mithal will join a panel of privacy experts for the panel. “WHERE THE ACTION IS: State Leadership on Privacy Law.”
- The Metro 2® Task Force, comprised of representatives from the major credit bureaus including Equifax, Experian, Innovis and TransUnion, will join us for a unique session “the Metro 2® Task Force Takes Your Questions” to discuss the most current and timely events in consumer reporting. During this session registrants will be able to bring their questions about consumer reporting to the Metro 2® Task Force.