22nd Annual Consumer Financial Services Institute
Jennifer Smith Finnegan served as a panelist on ethical issues unique to the consumer space and class actions at the 22nd Annual Consumer Financial Services Institute hosted by Practising Law Institute. The panel was part of a two-day program for professionals involved in consumer financial services addressing a broad array of recent regulatory, enforcement and litigation issues. Ethics issues addressed included conflicts of interest in aggregate litigation, ethical issues relating to lawyers’ acceptance of whistleblower bounties, ethical limits on contacting former employees, the ABA’s recently adopted anti-discrimination rule for lawyers and ethical issues in the use of social media by lawyers and their clients.
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