Situational Awareness & the Regulatory Landscape, presented by LenderLive | Recorded August 8, 2018


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This program looked at the latest regulatory updates facing the auto finance industry and explore recent case law developments regarding the SCRA, including:
+ Wrongful repossession
+ Lease termination, and
+ Military lending

It also focused on recent regulatory developments with the FDCPA and TCPA that affect collection efforts and how leading companies are quickly adapting and implementing these changes. You'll be able to:
+ Be up to date on several key legislative changes affecting vehicle servicing
+ Understand the importance of being in compliance with those updates
+ Have tools that will help you communicate these changes with the rest of your organization



Matt Isaacson, Senior Regulatory Counsel | LenderLive

Matt Isaacson is Senior Regulatory Counsel at LenderLive, a leading vehicle finance services provider. In this role, Matt focuses on auto default as well as government and legislative affairs. He provides regulatory solutions and consulting for a variety of financial institutions, including top automobile finance companies. Matt analyzes new bills and regulations to determine their potential impact; assists clients in implementing and complying with various state and federal laws relating to auto loan default; and reviews client notices to ensure compliance with laws and regulations. Matt is a frequent speaker on regulatory issues at industry conferences and webinars. Matt began his career practicing law in the federal courts of Missouri and Kansas, focusing on consumer bankruptcy. Matt received his Bachelor’s of Art from Drury University and his Juris Doctor with an Advanced Certificate in Dispute Resolution from the University of Missouri. Matt is currently a licensed attorney in Arizona and Missouri.

Kara Snow, Regulatory Counsel | LenderLive

Kara Snow serves as Regulatory Counsel at LenderLive, a leading financial services provider. Kara helps financial institutions comply with federal and state laws that regulate the collection of secured consumer debts. She monitors legislation, regulations, and court decisions; analyzes the impact of changing requirements; and works with clients to ensure their critical borrower communications comply with state and federal law. She frequently speaks on topics relevant to the industry at webinars. Kara formerly worked as a lawyer representing consumer finance companies in highly contested legal proceedings. Kara received her Bachelor of Arts degree from Purdue University and Juris Doctor degree from Indiana University- Maurer School of Law. Kara is currently a licensed attorney in Colorado.