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Panelist, 32nd Advanced Forum on Consumer Finance Class Actions, Litigation & Government Enforcement Actions

Anticipating Disputes Resulting from Government Relief Programs and Rethinking Litigation Strategies Post-COVID-19

 
September 22, 2020
2:15 pm - 3:15 pm CT

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Marci Kawski, will participate in the panel discussion "Anticipating Disputes Resulting from Government Relief Programs and Rethinking Litigation Strategies Post-COVID-19" at the 32nd Advanced Forum on Consumer Finance Class Actions, Litigation & Government Enforcement Actions, hosted by the American Conference Institute.

The session will examine the range of federal, state and local government programs deferring collection activity and industry pushback to these limitations on financial institutions. Additionally, the panelists will discuss the anticipated surge in litigation against borrowers as deferments expire and courts reopen following the pandemic. Registrants will also learn about the impact of debt collection challenges on servicers, trust holders, and lenders and probable disputes among these parties.

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Marci V. Kawski

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