Stefanie H. Jackman devotes her practice to assisting financial services institutions facing state and federal government investigations and examinations, counseling them on complex compliance issues, as well as defending them in individual and class action lawsuits. Stefanie represents clients across the financial services industry, including banks and nonbanks, mortgage banking lenders and servicers, debt collectors and buyers, third-party service providers, medical revenue cycle service providers, credit and prepaid card companies, and auto lenders. She regularly advises her clients on issues arising under an array of federal and state consumer financial laws, including UDAP/UDAAP statutes, FDCPA, FCRA, TCPA, EFTA, SCRA, and TILA. Stefanie also brings her litigation and enforcement experience to bear in assisting clients in designing new products and processes, including product structure, advertising, online application flows, underwriting, and collection and loss mitigation strategies.
In addition to her litigation and government investigations work, Stefanie focuses a significant portion of her practice on providing compliance-related advice to her clients. She regularly counsels clients on conducting compliance assessments relating to their debt collection, fair lending and underwriting, credit reporting, and vendor management processes, as well as the functionality of their overall compliance management system.
Stefanie also is a member of Ballard Spahr's Fair Lending Team, Marketplace Lending Team, and Virtual Currency Team. She is a frequent lecturer on the subject of consumer financial services law and CFPB compliance at major industry conferences.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Stephanie Jackman