- Auto Finance
- CFPB Enforcement Actions
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- Fair Debt Collection Practices Act
- Fair Lending
- Fannie Mae
- Federal Housing Administration
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- Office of Comptroller of Currency
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- Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act
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- CFPB and State Regulators Announce Non-Binding Framework for Supervision and Enforcement Coordination-- Can CFPB Deliver On Promise To Reduce Regulatory Burdens?
- Reid Puts Off Cordray Nomination Vote Until Late Summer--Is He Arming The Nuclear Option?
- Senate Vote on Cordray Nomination Expected Next Week: Anyone Holding Their Breath?
- Get Out the Popcorn (and an Energy Drink): The CFPB Releases Videos On New Mortgage Rules
- CFPB Proposes Delay in Implementing Rule Against Financing of Certain Credit Insurance on Mortgage Loans
- Just-Issued Final Remittance Rule Suggests CFPB is Listening… Sort Of
- FHFA Limits Fannie and Freddie to “Qualified Loans”: Another Strike Against Non-Qualified Loans and the Consumers Who Rely on Them
- CFPB Publishes Small Entity Compliance Guides for New HOEPA, ECOA, and TILA Rules- Institutions of All Sizes Should Take Notice
- CFPB Probes Auto Lenders Over Extended Warranty And Other Ancillary Products
- CFPB Hosting Student Loan Hearing: New Rules On The Way???
- Richard E. GottliebMember312-627-2196
- Arthur B. AxelsonSenior Counsel202-906-8607
- J. Kevin SnyderMember213-457-1810
- Heather C. HutchingsSenior Counsel202-906-8616
- Stephen M. MahieuAssociate312-627-2170
- Brett J. NatarelliAssociate312-627-8318
- Michael B. RainesAssociate312-627-4605
- Daniel J. ZollnerMember312-627-2193
Dykema’s attorneys are nationally recognized leaders in the areas of financial services regulatory and compliance and consumer financial services. Our attorneys regularly counsel and represent clients across the full spectrum of retail banking and consumer financial services. We represent financial institutions, retailers, insurance companies, service providers and trade associations in consumer, commercial, corporate compliance, regulatory, administrative and enforcement matters involving local, state and federal financial services laws and regulations. Our senior most attorneys have testified on a wide range of financial services issues before Congress, the Federal Reserve Board, and other senior federal banking regulators.
Dykema attorneys regularly publish and present papers in the areas consumer financial services and financial services regulatory compliance. In 2011, Dykema attorneys authored and edited the Consumer Financial Services Answer Book, which provides clear and concise answers to the many questions following the historic enactment of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act.
Dykema’s financial services regulatory and compliance and consumer financial services attorneys, many of whom contribute to the CFPB-lawblog and CFS-lawblog, include:
Richard E. Gottlieb—A member of Dykema's senior management team, Gottlieb is Director of the Firm's Financial Industry Group and chair of the Firm's national Consumer Financial Services practice. Gottlieb counsels and defends banks, mortgage lenders, servicers, auto finance companies, retailers, insurers and other entities in a wide variety of matters, including the defense of both individual and putative class action suits alleging false or deceptive practices and statutory consumer lending violations, the defense of enforcement matters brought by state and federal agencies, and in providing regulatory and compliance advice. Gottlieb is also the co-author and co-editor of the Consumer Financial Services Answer Book 2011. (more)
Donald C. Lampe—Lampe is the leader of Dykema’s Financial Services Regulatory and Compliance team. He represents banks, finance companies, insurance companies and other financial service providers (including major secondary market participants) nationwide in complex consumer financial services and banking regulatory matters. Lampe is resident in, and serves as Office Managing Member of, Dykema’s Charlotte office. (more)
Arthur B. Axelson—A senior member of the Firm's Financial Services Regulatory and Compliance Practice, Axelson interacts with federal and state banking officials, assists Firm clients on compliance and new product development, and coordinates the Firm's overall national consumer finance compliance lawyers in the Firm's offices across the country. He is also the co-author and co-editor of the Consumer Financial Services Answer Book 2011. (more)
Thomas M. Schehr - Schehr is the leader of Dykema's Financial Services Litigation Practice Group. He recently argued and won a high-profile case before the Michigan Supreme Court, Residential Funding Co. v. Saurman, 490 Mich. 909 (Nov. 16, 2011), where the Supreme Court reversed a Michigan Court of Appeals decision holding that tens of thousands of foreclosures by advertisement conducted by Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc. were void ab initio.(more)
Joseph H. Hickey—Hickey is Assistant Leader of the Financial Services Practice Group. Hickey litigates mortgage and consumer lending issues on behalf of some of the nation's largest financial institutions. He also handles litigation and class actions involving federal lending regulations as well as state-specific rules governing credit practices in Michigan and Illinois. (more)
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