The Role of State Attorneys General in Enforcing Federal Law


Event Details


Program Description:  New laws such as the Dodd-Frank Act have increased the ability of state attorneys general to enforce federal consumer financial provisions. The state attorneys general are also empowered to coordinate with the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). What remains to be seen is if this action will remain unique, or if a number of similar actions will soon follow. Before we begin, I wanted to provide a brief background on the Congressional Civil Justice Caucus Academy.

Featuring

The Honorable Peg Lautenschlager,  former Attorney General of Wisconsin, 2003 – 2007;

The Honorable Mark Shurtleff, former Attorney General of Utah;

and

Andrew J. Pincus, Partner, Mayer Brown

For More Information, Contact: Congressional Civil Justice Caucus Academy
703.993.9964
CCJCA@gmu.edu