There is no question that a COVID-related recession will bring about a wave of regulatory enforcement activity and consumer litigation. But what areas will the regulators and plaintiffs’ counsel focus on, and how can the industry stay out of the crosshairs? On June 2, the Practicing Law Institute is hosting a free one-hour briefing that will help answer these questions. I will be a speaker on the program, along with former CFPB Director Richard Cordray, Shennan Kavanagh from the Massachusetts Attorney General’s Office, and prominent consumer class-action lawyer John Roddy. Alan Kaplinsky will moderate our discussion.

The program is accredited for both CLE and CPE credit, and you can find out more and register free of charge here, on PLI’s web site. Please join us for what is sure to be a vigorous and informative discussion.