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Daniel Hutchinson Speaks at PLI's 21st Annual Consumer Financial Services Institute

Daniel Hutchinson Speaks at PLI’s 21st Annual Consumer Financial Services Institute

Lieff Cabraser partner Daniel M. Hutchinson will serve as a featured panelist at the Practising Law Institute’s 21st Annual Consumer Financial Services Institute from April 4-5, 2016 at the New York Conference Center. Mr. Hutchinson will be speaking on the Federal Communications Commission’s recent Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) rulings.

The PLI seminar will include discussion topics on current and future developments of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), regulatory and enforcement initiatives of federal and state regulators and attorneys general, class action litigation against banks and consumer financial institutions, and the status of CFPB’s arbitration ruling. Recent regulatory, enforcement, and litigation issues will also be covered in panel topics with regard to mortgages, auto finance, student loans, credit, debit and prepaid cards, deposit accounts, and the use of emerging payment systems.

About Daniel Hutchinson

A partner in our San Francisco office, Mr. Hutchinson’s practice has focused on complex class and collective actions that advance the public interest. He is an advocate of under-represented and disadvantaged communities, and has also litigated cases involving unfair employment practices against immigrants.

Hutchinson has pursued a series of consumer protection cases against major banks and financial services providers. His efforts helped result in the largest monetary settlement in the history of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act and ended harassing automated calls to millions of consumers.

Mr. Hutchinson was also a key player in our firm’s case employment-related against Tata, in which we represented a certified class of over 13,000 Indian nationals claiming that Tata unjustly enriched itself by requiring them to endorse and sign over their federal and state tax refund checks.