Join Troutman Pepper Partner John Lynch for the American Conference Institute’s 32nd Annual Advanced Forum on Consumer Finance Class Actions, Litigation & Government Enforcement Actions.

The American Conference Institute has assembled an unparalleled faculty of federal and state regulatory and enforcement officials, senior in-house counsel, and leading outside counsel who will provide you with expert advice and critical insights for your business.

John will be a featured speaker on a panel entitled “Minimizing Liability Under the FCRA Amid a Recent Uptick in Credit Reporting Litigation and a Likely COVID-19-Related Surge.” The panel, which is scheduled for Wednesday, September 23, 2020, from 11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m., will address the increased federal enforcement of the FCRA and related class action activity in the past year, analyze frequently litigated permissible purpose claims as well as reporting accuracy and dispute investigation claims under this Act, and examine recent case law surrounding what constitutes correct reporting of multiple forms of delinquency, modification, and bankruptcy. Additionally, the speakers will discuss the modifications to the FCRA pursuant to the CARES Act, which impose limits to reporting of payment accommodations made due to the coronavirus crisis, and assess the consequences of continued credit reporting during the pandemic (beyond the specific limitations cited in the CARES Act) and litigation that consumers are likely to initiate.

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