The New Class Action Risks for 2016 in Consumer Financial Services

Events / February 10, 2016

On February 10, 2016, BakerHostetler’s Class Action Defense practice team hosted a webinar, “The New Class Action Risks for 2016 in Consumer Financial Services.” The program discussed the risks and trends expected to affect consumer financial services in 2016. Presenters drew from their broad-based consumer financial services expertise to review three areas to help clients manage—and defeat—class actions: how CFPB rulemaking may affect the class action landscape; tips for data security incident response preparedness; and fee awards in class action settlements.

  • Karl Fanter, Partner, Cleveland
  • Craig A. Hoffman, Partner, Cincinnati
  • Patrick T. Lewis, Partner, Cleveland
  • Anthony M. Sharett, Partner, Columbus

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