Clark Hill Member, Jane C. Luxton, Participating in “Regulatory Developments in Washington” Panel Discussion for CFSA’s 2018 Conference in Miami
Clark Hill member, Jane C. Luxton, will be speaking in a panel discussion examining Regulatory Developments in Washington. The Community of Financial Services of America (CFSA) 2018 conference takes place in Doral, Miami on April 16th – 19th.
The general session will cover: federal regulatory developments, updates on CFPB’s rule for small-dollar lending, Mick Mulvaney’s influence on the CFPB and much more!
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Jane C. Luxton is a member of Clark Hill's Environment, Energy, and Natural Resources Practice Group based in the Washington, DC office and chairs the firm's Administrative Law Practice. Jane has extensive experience in environmental, regulatory, policy, and litigation matters, including federal and state environmental laws as well as international environmental regimes. Her practice includes advising clients on administrative law issues and compliance and reporting obligations related to sustainability and supply chain accountability.
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