Dealers, the team from Hudson Cook joins us this week to share a bookmark-worthy post. Read on… We hang out, literally and online, with lawyers who represent dealers. Most of these lawyers deal with parts of the dealer regulatory scheme-issues involving taxes, franchise relationships, environmental law, labor regulations, estate planning and other parts of the […]
Hudson Cook is one of the nation’s most highly regarded law firms practicing in the area of consumer financial services and maintains a robust practice in the areas of privacy, data security, and marketing compliance. Led by Tom Hudson and Robert Cook, both Fellows of the American College of Consumer Financial Services Lawyers, we offer a full range of legal services to local, national and international clients.
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Recent Posts from Hudson Cook:
Maryland Case Highlights Reasons to Distinguish Between Loans and Installment Contracts (Perspectives)
Tom Hudson and Eric Johnson from Hudson Cook join us this week to review an interesting truth in lending case… The case we are writing about is noteworthy not just because a dealer won a case in consumer-friendly Maryland (as rare as that is), but also for a couple of reasons we in the business […]
Our partners from Hudson Cook stopped by The Smart Compliance Blog to talk about the tug of war ensuing over fair lending legislation. Here’s what they had to say… On May 21, the Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection issued a statement in the wake of President Trump’s signing into law a bipartisan Congressional Review Act […]
Our partners from Hudson Cook stopped by The Smart Compliance Blog to talk about advertising and gotchas that come up with consumer protection laws. Here’s what they had to say… The Driver’s Privacy Protection Act doesn’t get as much attention as most federal consumer protection laws. But you should keep it in mind when you […]
Our partners from Hudson Cook stopped by The Smart Compliance Blog to talk about yet another State AG stepping up their fair lending compliance activities. Here’s what they had to say… In advising online lenders, there are a few states where we urge caution, depending on the theory of lending used by the lender. One […]
Our partners from Hudson Cook stopped by The Smart Compliance Blog to talk about advertising and the FTC. Here’s what they had to say… If you live in the Southern part of the United States, as I do, you will often hear people talking about “huntin’ season.” Some people are avid hunters and know exactly […]
Our partners from Hudson Cook stopped by The Smart Compliance Blog to talk about texting and the TCPA. Here’s what they had to say… The Telephone Consumer Protection Act has the power to ruin whatever it touches, even something as beloved as ice cream. Its consent requirements are divorced from reality, and its penalty structure […]
What keeps a regulatory attorney up at night? Host Kynzie Sims posed that question to our friend and collaborator Eric Johnson during a recent episode of the Smart Compliance Podcast. The two chat about the compliance issues Eric wishes more organizations looked out for. KYNZIE SIMS: Are there compliance issues that keep you up at night? ERIC […]
The team from Hudson Cook stopped by to guide us through where the CFPB’s final Payday Rule has landed. Here’s what they had to say: In October, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau issued its much-anticipated final Payday Rule. The Payday Rule, designed by the CFPB to end so-called “payday debt traps,” can be broadly divided […]
From regulations to processes, this webinar hits on the top tips and best practices you need to know when developing and managing an internal audit program. Michael Benoit, the man with his finger on the regulatory pulse, provides an overview of the CFPB’s audit requirements. David Keene, who has done more audits than we can […]