Eitan Levisohn's practice is focused on advising banks and financial services firms on enforcement matters before federal and state agencies, as well as providing regulatory counsel to firms evaluating current products and services or looking to offer new products and services and enter new markets. He also conducts industry trainings on cybersecurity and data protection issues and risks, particularly as they relate to consumer protection, including the use of the FFIEC Cybersecurity Assessment Tool. Mr. Levisohn has extensive experience investigating and litigating civil and criminal matters, including matters concerning the Dodd-Frank Act.
Before joining the firm, Mr. Levisohn was one of the first dozen employees in the Office of Enforcement at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), where he helped establish the office and led investigations into potential violations of consumer financial protection laws, including UDAAP, the MAP Rule, and the FTC's Endorsement Guide. He also supported supervisory exams at the Bureau and has experience in a wide range of consumer financial markets, including credit reporting, mortgage origination and advertising, mortgage servicing, deposit products, student lending, student loan servicing, and title insurance.
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