Clark Hill Attorney Joann Needleman Quoted in Law360
Clark Hill member Joann Needleman was recently quoted in Law360 article titled, “The CFPB Survived The High Court, But Will All Of Its Rules?”
The U.S. Supreme Court's decision to settle the long-standing debate around the constitutionality of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's structure may have opened a Pandora's box for pending litigation and past rulemaking. Needleman, leader of Clark Hill’s Consumer Financial Services Regulatory & Compliance group and representing clients in CFPB matters, said that while it would be difficult to contest old settlements and long-closed cases, she sees more scope for pushing back in open cases.
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Needleman, Leader of the firm's Consumer Financial Services Regulatory & Compliance group, serves as a navigator to her clients seeking advice and guidance in the complex regulatory environment facing the financial services industry. She provides counsel, consultation, and litigation services to a wide array of financial institutions, law firms, credit reporting agencies, as well as venture capital firms looking to invest in the fin-tech space.
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