DRIVING CHANGE: Litigation & Enforcement Developments in the Consumer Reporting Industry
As Congress struggles with even “must-pass” legislation, focus is shifting from legislative changes to what regulators and the private bar are doing to drive change in the consumer reporting ecosystem. Join this CDIA Law & Industry Conference panel session to hear from leading litigation and enforcement professionals, David Anthony, Partner, Troutman Pepper LLP, and Rebecca Kuehn, Partner, Hudson Cook, LLP, with moderator Eric J. Ellman, Senior Vice President, Public Policy & Legal Affairs at CDIA as they discuss recent trends in litigation and enforcement and how companies can protect themselves by learning from these cases.
Discussion Topics include:
- Key FCRA Developments
- Disputes, Disclosures, Willfulness, Mixed Files, Damages
- Impact of Ramirez
- Final Moran Decision
- California/Michigan Litigation
- Frye Case/Proposed Legislation- restrictions
- Preemption Litigation
- Somosky vs. CDIA
- Public Records
- Vendors as CRAs
- Communications Decency Act Challenges/Government Amicus Brief/Public Records
- Frequency of Updates: Use of data older than 60 days
While CDIA cannot guarantee accreditation for CLE credits, we will provide a certificate of attendance and documentation to assist you in applying for CLE credit in your state of admission. Please contact CDIA with any special requirements your state might have so we can best accommodate you.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Any person working in the credit reporting ecosystem will benefit from this program. Examples include company executives, operations officers, financial professionals, corporate counsel, general counsel, compliance & risk officers, government relations professionals, policy directors, and data quality assurance professionals. See Program Access Policy.
CDIA encourages you to share this notice with others in your company who may benefit from attending this Conference.