Schnader Begins Publishing the Schnader Financial Services BlogOn August 21, 2013 by Schnader in Litigation
PHILADELPHIA – Financial services companies currently find themselves in the most difficult legal environment they have ever faced. This has led Schnader Harrison Segal & Lewis LLP to begin publishing SchnaderFSB, a blog that will provide a succinct and incisive examination of new case law, regulatory changes, agency actions and other events affecting financial services companies and those who seek their services.
Financial services companies that interact with consumers have to contend with a new and aggressive regulatory agency, an unprecedented onslaught of regulations, and a reinvigorated plaintiffs’ bar. Those operating outside the consumer arena are dealing with business challenges and regulatory uncertainties that are no less daunting. “SchnaderFSB draws on the full range of Schnader’s financial services experience to give readers the analysis they need to understand and respond to these developments,” said Schnader partner Stephen A. Fogdall.
Schnader’s Financial Services Team is comprised of a multi-disciplinary group of transactional and litigation attorneys who provide comprehensive legal services across the financial services spectrum, including real estate finance, asset-based finance, creditor’s rights and restructuring, lender liability and consumer class action defense.
Visitors to the SchnaderFSB blog can sign-up for email updates when new articles are posted. Readers also can easily repost blog articles to many social media outlets, including LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter and Reddit.
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