BuckleySandler's CFPB practice includes more than 40 partners and counsel who have advised on CFPB regulatory, examination, and enforcement matters. The firm has advised on more than 25 examinations, investigations, and enforcement actions in the past 12 months and actively represents companies and trade associations in connection with CFPB rulemakings. In this Resource Center, we outline some of the knowledge, insights and observations we have developed based on our work on CFPB matters.
The Know Before Your Owe TRID Resource Center is a one-stop shop for the Know Before You Owe TILA-RESPA Integrated Disclosure (“TRID”) rules issues, providing access to BuckleySandler’s analysis of the TRID rule and the CFPB’s amendments to that rule, transcripts of CFPB webinars providing guidance on the rule, and other CFPB publications that will facilitate implementation of the rule.
The HMDA Resource Center, a one-stop shop for the CFPB's amendments to the Home Mortgage Disclosure Act (HMDA) reporting requirements, provides access to BuckleySandler’s analysis of the amendments, developments surrounding the amendments and other materials that will facilitate implementation of the amendments.
BuckleySandler’s False Claims and FIRREA Resource Center consolidates the firm' substantial experience and thought leaderships in this space to create a unique resource for anyone interested in learning more about this area of focus. Our attorney's combination of substantive experience with the False Claims Act (FCA), Financial Institutions Reform, Recovery and Enforcement Act (FIRREA), and Program Fraud Civil Remedies Act (PFCRA) along with our industry-leading regulatory experience with the Government-Sponsored Enterprises (GSEs), and various government agencies and government-run programs, including the Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA), the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), the Federal Housing Administration, Veteran’s Affairs, and Treasury, as well as the Office of the Special Inspector General for the Troubled Asset Relief Program (SIGTARP) is unique. The powerful combination of industry expertise and substantive FCA, FIRREA, and PFCRA experience positions us to navigate on behalf of our clients the intricacies involved in the recent financial civil fraud enforcement initiatives.
Financial services firms now stand at the center of the most complex and exacting regulatory environment ever experienced, and Financial Crimes (“FinCrimes”) compliance is a growing imperative for institutions regardless of geographical footprint, products and services offered, or customer base. Not only is the FinCrimes compliance environment enormously complex, it is evolving so rapidly that yesterday’s approach may prove inadequate to mitigate today’s risk.
BuckleySandler provides regulatory, strategic advice and litigation advocacy to financial services clients on matters involving the full spectrum of privacy and data security issues affecting their business operations. Our attorneys assist clients in addressing privacy and data security issues by proactively identifying and managing risks to the organization and its customers, aggressively addressing data security incidents, and responding to regulatory examinations, enforcement actions and litigation involving privacy or data security compliance.
Strong third party oversight begins before a contract is signed and continues through the entire life cycle of the relationship. BuckleySandler provides a full range of vendor management expertise, bringing to bear our extensive experience advising on issues involving loan servicing, affiliate marketing, add-on products and services, consumer protection, cloud computing, foreign-based service providers, data security, business process outsourcing, records management and retention, and all aspects of privacy law.