Consumer Financial Services Law (LAW-709B-001)
Andrea Negroni, Jerry Buckley
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Consumer Financial Services Law reviews consumer credit and financial protection laws, how creditors are regulated, public policy controversies facing creditors, remedies for violations of laws, and issues such as e-commerce financial transactions, military and student lending, and defining abusive credit practices.
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First Class Readings
Required Reading (applicable to classes 1-2): Overview of Important Federal Consumer Financial Services Statutes and Regulations, (c) BuckleySandler LLP
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