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Katie Grzechnik Neill

General Counsel & Regulatory Editor at insideARM

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In her role as General Counsel and Regulatory Editor at The iA Institute and insideARM (iA), Katie Grzechnik Neill considers herself the legal and regulatory navigator for the consumer financial services industry. In her role, Katie keeps the industry current on what is going on in the legal and regulatory landscape through iA's news, helps guide industry initiatives as a Steering Committee Member of the Consumer Relations Consortium, and brought to life the iA Case Law Tracker, which lets industry members easily track the myriad court decisions that come out on a daily basis faster than it takes to grab a morning cup of coffee. 

Katie is also a proud military spouse and actively advocates for easing the burdens that military life places on professional and career-oriented spouses.

Posts Authored 373

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Colorado Proposed Debt Collection Rule Changes, Stakeholder Meeting Scheduled

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Virginia Supreme Court Evictions for Failure to Pay Rent, but Not Without Scalding Dissents from Within its Own Bench

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Dismissals of Overshadowing/Letter Format Claims Continue in E.D.N.Y.

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Breakdown of NYC DCA FAQs and Reporting Requirements for New LEP Rule

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Attorneys General Band Together, Urge Senate to Provide Further Student Loan Relief

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7th Circuit Reiterates: Credit Reporting Medical Debts Separately is Not a Violation

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Hit from Both Sides: Third Circuit Allows CFPB and State AG to Run Concurrent Lawsuits Against Navient

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New Bill in House, Would Amend FDCPA to Prohibit Consumer Debt Collection During National Disasters or Emergencies

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Audit What You Credit Report or Lose the Bona Fide Error Defense

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How Your Peers are Handling Strategy & Tech Issues, Data Straight from the iAST Polls

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CFPB to Hold Symposium on Cost-Benefit Analysis of Consumer Financial Protection Regulations

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Only 4% of 2020 CFPB Complaints Relate to COVID-19? Maybe, Maybe Not.

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New York Renews Pandemic-Related Suspension on Collection of Certain State-Owned Debt

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Legal-Related Language in Collection Letters, and How N.D. Illinois Can't Make Up Its Mind

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CFPB Ratifies its Pre-Seila Activity—But What Does That Mean?

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Circuit Split on Standing Gets Wider: 11th Circuit Tosses FDCPA False/Misleading Claim

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U.S. Supreme Court Strikes Down Government Debt Exemption of TCPA

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Tom Pahl to be Named Deputy Director of the CFPB

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CFPB Rulemaking Agenda: Final Rules Expected October 2020

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New Credit Reporting Bill Passed by House, Seeks to Make Credit Reporting More Consumer-Friendly