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Hinshaw Announces Consumer Crossroads, a New Consumer Financial Services Blog

April 24, 2017

The law firm of Hinshaw & Culbertson LLP is pleased to announce the launch of a new blog titled "Consumer Crossroads: Where Financial Services & Litigation Intersect." The blog is focused on the consumer financial services industry, and will offer analysis of judicial, regulatory and legislative developments that directly impact industry participants.

The financial services industry is in the midst of a highly fluid and uncertain regulatory environment, with new and unknown obligations, risks and potential liabilities. In this rapidly evolving environment, there is a need for factual and insightful coverage of important developments. The Consumer Crossroads blog will provide this coverage.

The Consumer Crossroads blog is accessible via http://www.hinshawcfs.com/. It currently features a series of posts discussing several recent FDCPA decisions, the significance of a recent spike in student loan defaults, and a $45 million fine recently imposed on a mortgage lender in a bankruptcy proceeding. You can subscribe to the blog to ensure you receive notification of our posts as they go live. You can also follow our Twitter account @Hinshaw, which will also feature all our blog analysis.

This new blog resource is about providing you with value, so we'd also like to hear from you. If there are topics you'd like us to cover, let us know. If you have questions or comments about topics raised by our posts, contact our blog editors Sam Bodurtha or Barbara Fernandez.

Hinshaw & Culbertson LLP is a U.S based law firm with offices in 11 states and London. The firm's national reputation spans the insurance industry, the professional services sector—including representation of law firms and lawyers—and other highly regulated industries, such as banking and finance and the debt collection sector. Hinshaw also provides a series of closely coordinated litigation, business advisory and transactional services to clients of all sizes as well as governmental and public sector entities.