Morgan Clemons presents What’s Next in Consumer Financial Services Regulation? at the 29th Annual State Bar of Georgia International Tropical Seminar
Aldridge Pite associate Morgan Clemons presented: What’s Next in Consumer Financial Services Regulation? at the State Bar of Georgia 29th Annual International Tropical Seminar. The presentation discussed the historical context of financial services consumer protection laws and updates in Congress, in federal court, and in policies implemented under President Trump’s administration impacting the reach of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. Specifically, Ms. Clemons discussed PHH Corp. v. Consumer Fin. Prot. Bureau, Consumer Fin. Prot. Bureau v. Navient Corp., and State Nat’l Bank of Big Spring v. Lew as well as the rollback of regulations impacting community banks. The presentation also addressed local and international changes impacting debt collection, credit reporting, and financial privacy.
Ms. Clemons advises banks, mortgage companies, consumer lenders, fintech start-ups, bill pay, and international money transmitters on compliance matters. Prior to representing financial institutions in private practice, Ms. Clemons worked as a nondepository financial institutions enforcement attorney for a state banking department. She is an adjunct professor at Emory University School of Law. Ms. Clemons is a graduate of Duke University School of Law.