Sessions Information

  • January 2, 2020
    1:30 pm - 3:15 pm
    Session Type: Section Programs
    Session Capacity: N/A

    This program considers immediate challenges in consumer financial protection and how best to meet them. Topics may include challenges that could lead to financial crises, result in consumer harm, or curb economic growth. The program spans banking, securities, fintech, and insurance. Themes may include behavioral and other justifications for regulation, regulatory tools and techniques, consumer remedies, and measures of regulatory impact. The program offers a chance for scholars and practitioners of consumer financial protection, whatever their economic, political, or philosophical views, to share their work and ideas at a time of significant change.
    The Section held a virtual business meeting prior to the Annual Meeting.

Date & Time
Nakita Cuttino, Duke University School of Law

Mr. Mark L. Egan, Harvard Business School

Howell Edmunds Jackson, Harvard Law School

Patricia A. McCoy, Boston College Law School

Andrew Tuch, Washington University in St. Louis School of Law

Arthur E. Wilmarth, Jr., The George Washington University Law School

Session Fees
  • [3120] Financial Institutions and Consumer Financial Services, Co-Sponsored by Business Associations, Commercial & Consumer Law, Securities Regulation and Transactional Law and Skills - Immediate Challenges in Consumer Financial Protection: $0.00
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