David Stein advises clients on regulatory and compliance matters relating to consumer protection
and consumer financial services, with a particular expertise in the federal regulatory framework
governing credit reporting, privacy, retail payments systems, consumer credit, fair lending,
unfair, deceptive, or abusive acts or practices, deposit accounts, and
mortgage origination and servicing.
Drawing upon his combined 13 years of regulatory experience at the Consumer Financial Protection
Bureau and the Federal Reserve Board, Mr. Stein has helped banks, consumer reporting
agencies, non-bank financial services firms, including start-up companies, and trade
associations navigate the rapidly evolving consumer protection regulatory environment.
As a senior government regulatory lawyer, Mr. Stein played a key role in developing
numerous regulations and regulatory policy in the area of consumer financial protection, for
example, regulations addressing credit reporting and retail payments systems. Mr.
Stein leverages his insights into the regulatory process to deliver practical advice
clients use to make sound strategic, business, and compliance decisions.
- American Bar Association, Consumer Financial Services Committee, Co-Vice Chair,
- American College of Consumer Financial Services Lawyers, Fellow