Bradley: Robert Maddox elected member of the steering committee of the Consumer Credit Law Conference



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BIRMINGHAM, Alabama, October 14 – Bradley, a law firm, issued the press release following the October 13, 2021:

Bradley is happy to announce that Robert maddox, a partner in the firm’s Birmingham office, was elected a member of the Steering Committee of the Conference on Financial Consumer Law (CCFL).

“We are proud of Robert’s success with clients and his many accomplishments in the area of ​​consumer financial services law, and we congratulate him on his new leadership role at the Financial Law Conference at the consumption ”, said Bradley Birmingham Office Managing Partner Dawn helms sharff.

Founded in 1926 by members of the legal profession and the financial services industry, CCFL is a non-profit organization that provides educational services, publications and research relating to financial services law to consumers. The Steering Committee, made up of CCFL members, sets policies and directs the activities of the organization.

Chairman of the Bradley Banking and Financial Services Practice Groups and State Attorneys General and Regulators, Mr. Maddox represents clients in front of the CFPB, DOJ, OCC, FRB, HUD, SECOND, and several state regulatory agencies, including banking, financial and insurance agencies. Over the past decade, he has handled more national / multi-state Attorney General investigations and related consent judgments than any other lawyer in the United States. United States.

Mr. Maddox is a comrade at the same time American College of Mortgage Lawyers and the American College of Consumer Financial Services Lawyers. He is a teacher with the Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA) as a lecturer on real estate law and regulatory compliance with the MBA School of Mortgage Management. In addition, he was an assistant professor at the University of Alabama Law School, University of Alabama at Birmingham, and he currently teaches transmission, finance and real estate development and financing and consumer protection at the Cumberland Law School.



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