Justice Louis D. Brandeis wrote, “that a single, courageous State may . . . serve as a laboratory; and try novel social and economic experiments without risk to the rest of the country.” We see a lot of experiments, and not always helpful experiments in the state legislatures.
CDIA monitors over 2,000 bills a year in the states, and we actively engage on hundreds of these bills. Many bills have a harsh impact on the consumer reporting ecosystem. As Congress struggles to pass legislation, more and novel issues are being addressed at the state level that will impact businesses in and around consumer reporting.
To help businesses better understand their state risks and obligations, join us for our ever-popular annual state legislative review. CDIA’s Eric J. Ellman, Senior Vice President of Public Policy and Legal Affairs, will provide insight on new oversight, prohibitions, and regulations.
Consumer reporting agencies (CRAs), as well as those that furnish data to and receive data from CRAs, are popular targets for state legislation and regulation. Often driven by public opinion and perceived demand, legislators, regulators, and the courts are rapidly developing new law and compliance obligations to address issues ranging from data privacy to analytics, and beyond.
Whether you’re a legal professional, compliance officer, industry executive, or simply interested in the ever-changing landscape of consumer reporting, this webinar is your opportunity to gain actionable insights and expert guidance on navigating the complex state legislative landscape. Don’t miss out on this crucial update.