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Hudco Attorneys to Speak at ABA’s CFSC Winter Meeting

January 3, 2018

Park City, Utah, is the site of the American Bar Association’s upcoming CFSC 2018 Winter Meeting, where Hudson Cook attorneys Katie Hawkins and Jean Noonan are set to speak. Photo by Keith Kendrick via Flickr
Park City, Utah, is the site of the American Bar Association’s upcoming CFSC 2018 Winter Meeting, where Hudson Cook attorneys Katie Hawkins and Jean Noonan are set to speak. Photo by Keith Kendrick via Flickr

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Hudson Cook attorneys Katie Hawkins and Jean Noonan will participate at the American Bar Association’s Consumer Financial Services Committee (CFSC) 2018 Winter Meeting scheduled for Jan. 6–9 in Park City, Utah.

Hawkins will be a panelist on the “Beer and Basics” program on Jan. 6, which will provide introductory presentations on a number of topics relevant to consumer financial services.

An associate in the firm’s Portland, Maine, office, Hawkins assists national and state financial institutions with day-to-day regulatory and compliance issues. Her expertise includes but is not limited to deposit, credit and nondeposit investment products and services, as well as electronic banking services.

On Jan. 9, Noonan, a partner in Hudson Cook’s Washington, D.C., office, will address one of the most unsettled aspects of fair lending: whether, and to what extent, fair lending principles are applicable to the advertising and marketing of consumer financial services.

Noonan represents clients in government investigations, examinations, and enforcement actions before federal agencies, including the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, Federal Trade Commission and federal prudential regulators, and in other ancillary matters. She is a former executive with the FTC, where she directed the agency’s enforcement of consumer financial services laws.

For more information on the CFSC’s Winter Meeting, click here.

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