Clark Hill Attorney Joann Needleman Presented at 2015 National Association of Chapter Thirteen Trustees Conference July 4, 2015, in Salt Lake City
Philadelphia, PA – Clark Hill attorney Joann Needleman presented “The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau: Why You Need to Know About the CFPB and How it Affects Your Practice” at the 2015 National Association of Chapter Thirteen Trustees (NACTT) Conference, July 4, 2015, in Salt Lake City.
The NACTT was founded by 34 Chapter XIII trustees in 1965. Currently, more than 200 Chapter 13 standing trustees serve in the 50 states and Puerto Rico. Today, the NACTT has grown to more than 1,000 members whose membership consists of trustees, bankruptcy judges, lawyers for debtors and creditors, certified public accountants and other insolvency related professionals.
Needleman is leader of Clark Hill’s Consumer Financial Services Regulatory & Compliance group. Joann has extensive litigation experience in state and federal courts, successfully defending creditors against claims brought under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act and Fair Credit Reporting Act as well as state statutes. She provides counsel, consultation and litigation services to financial institutions, law firms and debt buyers throughout the country.
Clark Hill PLC is an entrepreneurial, full service law firm that provides business legal services, government & public affairs, and personal legal services to our clients throughout the country. With offices in Arizona, Delaware, Illinois, Michigan, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Washington, D.C. and West Virginia, Clark Hill has more than 300 attorneys and professionals. For more information on our firm and our services, visit www.clarkhill.com.
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