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Consumer Finance Observer – Winter 2021 Edition

CFO WinterJenner & Block has published its sixth issue of The Consumer Finance Observer or CFO, a newsletter providing analysis of key consumer finance issues and updates on important developments to watch. As thought leaders, our lawyers write about the consumer finance sector on topics ranging from biometric data, compliance, data security, FinTech, lending, and securities litigation.

In the Winter 2021 issue of the CFO, our consumer finance lawyers discuss: California's passing of Proposition 24; CCPA's Private Right of Action; California's new Consumer Financial Protection Law; betting on an athlete's biometric data; Colorado's right to enforce its consumer loan interest rates; LendIt 2020, the largest FinTech conference of the year; a recent enforcement action by the SEC and the CFTC in the FinTech space; and European Data Protection Board's guidance on personal data transfers following Schrems II. Contributors are Partners Kelly HagedornCharles D. RielyMichael W. Ross, David P. Saunders, Kate T. Spelman, and Wade A. Thomson; Special Counsel David W. Sussman; Associates Vivian L. BickfordEffiong K. DamphaMichael F. LindenE.K. McWilliamsMadeline Skitzki, and Matthew Worby; and Staff Attorney Alexander N. Ghantous.

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