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Eric Mogilnicki Named to the American College of Consumer Financial Services Lawyers

April 8, 2017

WASHINGTON—Covington partner Eric Mogilnicki has been named a Fellow of the American College of Consumer Financial Services Lawyers. Mr. Mogilnicki is the third Covington lawyer to be named a Fellow, joining Andrew Smith and David Stein

Mr. Mogilnicki focuses his practice on assisting clients with investigations, examinations, and enforcement actions by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (“CFPB”), the Federal Trade Commission, and prudential banking regulators. He writes and speaks widely on a range of consumer financial services issues, including arbitration, the federal prohibition on unfair, deceptive and abusive practices, and CFPB practice and procedure. Mr. Mogilnicki served as Chief of Staff to Senator Edward M. Kennedy during the time the Bureau was designed, and has been a national leader within the private bar on CFPB issues since the agency commenced operations in 2011. He has also been recognized by Chambers USA and Best Lawyers for his consumer financial services expertise.

Founded in 1996, The American College of Consumer Financial Service Lawyers is a professional association of lawyers particularly skilled and experienced in handling consumer financial services matters and dedicated to the improvement and enhancement of the skill and practice of consumer financial services law and the ethics of the profession. Membership in the College is by invitation only, and is limited to those lawyers whose principal practice is in the field of consumer financial services law, who have achieved preeminence in the field, and who have made repeated and substantial contributions to the promotion of learning and scholarship in that area.


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