September 1, 2021 at 3:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. ET
Hosted by NAGTRI Center for Consumer Protection and NAAG Consumer Protection Committee
Federal and state COVID-related consumer protections from mortgage foreclosures and from residential and student loan defaults are in flux due to ending moratoriums and extensions, as well as legal cases challenging the validity of those protections. Amid this changing landscape, consumers who are unable to meet their loan and rental obligations face increasing uncertainty. Our panelists will discuss the status of these protections and share their insights on what challenges face consumers and attorney general offices. The panel will also include a discussion on how attorney general offices are approaching a return to work in the office.
- Herbert H. Slatery III, Tennessee Attorney General and NAAG Consumer Protection Committee Co-Chair
- Jeff Hill, Deputy Attorney General, Tennessee Attorney General’s Office
- Katherine Kelly, Assistant Attorney General, Minnesota Attorney General’s Office
- Patrick Madigan, Assistant Attorney General, Iowa Attorney General’s Office
- Joseph Sanders, Assistant Attorney General, Illinois Attorney General’s Office
- Melissa Wright, Section Chief, Consumer Protection Section, Ohio Attorney General’s Office
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