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Using Consumer Laws to Protect Workers from Corporate Fraud and Misconduct

2021-07-29T15:38:55-05:00July 29, 2021|Categories: Other Webinars, Webinars|

July 28, 2021 Hosted by the Economic Policy Institute, Harvard Labor and Worklife Program, National Consumer Law Center, and Towards Justice, this webinar provides a lively discussion among advocates, attorneys, academics, and current and former government officials about how consumer laws can be used to protect workers and address corporate abuse in the labor market. [...]

TransUnion v. Ramirez: Part 2

2021-07-22T11:09:36-05:00July 22, 2021|Categories: Other Webinars, Webinars|

July 21, 2021 NCLC is proud to partner with the National Association of Consumer Advocates (NACA) and Public Justice to host the following webinars for legal aid, government, and non-profit lawyers, and private attorneys who are NACA or Public Justice members. In this series, you will learn how the Ramirez decision alters the approach to [...]

TransUnion v. Ramirez: Part 1

2021-07-22T11:05:27-05:00July 22, 2021|Categories: Other Webinars, Webinars|

July 15, 2021 NCLC is proud to partner with the National Association of Consumer Advocates (NACA) and Public Justice to host the following webinars for legal aid, government, and non-profit lawyers, and private attorneys who are NACA or Public Justice members. In this series, you will learn how the Ramirez decision alters the approach to [...]

Final Debt Collection Rule: Part 2

2021-01-08T13:46:34-05:00January 8, 2021|Categories: Other Webinars|

January 7, 2021 The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau finalized part two of its debt collection rules on December 18th. This webinar summarizes those rules. Speakers: Andrea Bopp Stark, Staff Attorney at the National Consumer Law Center April Kuehnoff, Staff Attorney at the National Consumer Law Center  

Final Debt Collection Rule: Part 1

2020-11-24T15:42:36-05:00November 24, 2020|Categories: Other Webinars, Webinars|

November 6, 2020 The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau finalized part one of its debt collection rules on October 30th. This webinar summarizes those rules. Speakers: Andrea Bopp Stark, Staff Attorney at the National Consumer Law Center April Kuehnoff, Staff Attorney at the National Consumer Law Center  

CFPB’s Proposed Debt Collection Rule: Briefing and Action Items

2019-06-17T09:18:28-05:00June 4, 2019|Categories: Other Webinars|

June 19th 2-3PM (ET) The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has published its Proposed Debt Collection Rule in the Federal Register and comments are due August 19. Join us on June 19, 20192:00-3:00PM (ET) for a Briefing and Strategy Session co-sponsored by the National Consumer Law Center and Americans for Financial Reform. We will discuss what [...]

Legal Services and Payday Loans: Help for Us, Help for You

2019-06-04T11:11:28-05:00March 25, 2019|Categories: Other Webinars, Webinars|

  April 17, 2019 at 2:00-2:30PM (ET) Speakers: Lauren Saunders, Associate Director (National Consumer Law Center) Dana Wiggins, Director of Outreach and Financial Advocacy (Virginia Poverty Law Center) Join us for a quick, 30-minute webinar designed for legal services organizations on how you can help us defend the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s (CFPB) payday loan [...]

How California’s New Privacy Law Affects Everyone

2019-02-19T13:02:41-05:00December 13, 2018|Categories: Other Webinars|

December 13, 2018 A new California law that changes the way companies handle personal information could affect consumers nationwide. The law imposes some of the toughest privacy protections in the country, but the law stops short of tougher measures California was considering. The law, which takes effect in 2020, mandates a wide variety of new [...]

Payday Loan Battles: Preparing Before the Fight Even Begins

2019-02-19T13:03:09-05:00October 2, 2018|Categories: Other Webinars|

October 2, 2018 As payday loans evolve, payday and other small-dollar lenders are pushing states to permit even more unaffordable high-cost loans that will plunge families into an even bigger and deeper debt trap. Advocates need to anticipate and prepare for these efforts well before bills are introduced and the lobbying begins. This webinar will [...]

Helping Communities of Color Access Opportunity: An overview of the Lifeline program and current threats to its scope and purpose

2020-01-21T08:26:13-05:00February 7, 2018|Categories: Elder Rights, Other Webinars|

February 7, 2018 Communities of color often face challenges connecting to and maintaining affordable broadband and voice service. The federal Lifeline program has been around since the mid-1980s. While it started as a low-income program to help households afford voice service, it has been expanded to include wireless voice and broadband Internet support. The program [...]