We are pleased to announce that Troutman Sanders attorneys David Anthony, Cindy Hanson, Ron Raether, and Timothy St. George will be presenting during the 2019 NAPBS Annual Conference in San Antonio, TX. The NAPBS conference offers a diverse range of educational topics from global screening techniques, strategic business sessions, technology and information security practices, legal and compliance guidelines, and legislative updates.
Cindy and Tim will be hosting a panel entitled, “Navigating the Maze: Background Screening New York State and New York City,” on September 9th at 1:30pm. This presentation will discuss the unique challenges faced by screening companies and users in the State of New York, including New York City. The presentation will include a discussion about the special considerations required under the New York Fair Credit Reporting Act, as well as New York City screening ordinances.
Also, on September 9th at 1:30pm, Ron will be presenting on a separate panel entitled, “Lessons for Tenant Screeners from the Front Lines.” Attendees will gain insight from the presenters on what they’ve seen and what they would like to see in defending tenant screeners from claims under the Fair Credit Reporting Act, the Fair Housing Act, and related actions.
On Tuesday, September 10th at 10:30am, David and Ron will be presenting on the panel, “Critical Litigation Developments Affecting the Screening Industry: 2018-2019 in Review.” This presentation will focus on critical litigation developments affecting the background screening industry in 2018-2019, with an emphasis on the key takeaways from those decisions and how the lessons learned can be integrated into a compliance management program.
David will be a panelist during the closing general session, “Attorney Insights: Your Questions Answered”, on September 10th at 4pm. This will address the top six areas of exposure for clients in background screening practices and highlight the litigation and compliances topics that create the highest risk for members.
To register or obtain additional information, visit the NAPBS website.