Meghan Stringer Musselman, a partner in the Maryland office of Hudson Cook, has been appointed vice chair of the American Bar Association (ABA) Banking Law Committee for a three-year term.
With approximately 1,950 members, the mission of the Banking Law Committee is to act as principal Business Law Section Committee dealing with laws relating to banking and financial services activities conducted through banks and other regulated intermediary financial institutions.
In her practice, Musselman advises banks, sales finance companies, installment lenders and other similar creditors in the development and maintenance of consumer credit programs, compliance management systems and vendor management programs. On behalf of investor clients, she conducts due diligence for consumer credit programs, including auto finance companies, online lending platforms, mortgage loan companies, mortgage loan servicers and consumer finance companies.
Musselman also counsels clients on privacy and data security issues under the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act and the Fair Credit Reporting Act.
In addition to her participation on the Banking Law Committee, Musselman is also active in the ABA Consumer Financial Services Committee and currently serves as vice chair of the Executive Council of the Federal Bar Association’s Banking Law Section.
“We are proud that Meghan has been appointed to this committee during such a significant time for the banking industry,” Hudson Cook chair Michael Benoit said. “Meghan’s deep experience working in banking and consumer financial services law makes her an excellent choice to serve as vice chair of this committee.”
Meghan Stringer Musselman