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Katie Grzechnik Neill

General Counsel & Regulatory Editor at insideARM

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Biography

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 423

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Kraninger Resigns as CFPB Director

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Biden Selects Rohit Chopra to Lead Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

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CFPB Issues Guidelines on Serving Limited English Proficiency (LEP) Consumers

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The Tides are Turning: Recent Trends in FDCPA Standing

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The Battle is Over: ACA International v. Mass. AG COVID-19 Collection Call Ban Lawsuit Dismissed

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CFPB Taskforce Report (Part 1): A Deep Dive Into the 4 Main Debt Collection-Related Topics of Volume 1

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California's Mini-CFPB and Expanded Consumer Protection Laws Are Here

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Part 2 of the CFPB's Final Debt Collection Rule (Reg F) is Here

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2020 Collections-Related Case Law Year in Review

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Chairwoman Maxine Waters Urges Biden to Rescind the CFPB's Debt Collection Rule

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Washington's Work From Home Rule Set for Final Hearing in January

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CFPB's Latest Report Focuses on Actual Payment Information in Credit Reports

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It's Go Time! CFPB Officially Launches Its Advisory Opinion Program

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Regulation F—the CFPB's Final Rule on Debt Collection—Is Now Published in the Federal Register

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iA LAB Member Spotlight: John Bedard

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Here We Go Again: Renewed COVID-19 Restrictions for Collection Agencies in Washington

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Afni Settles with CFPB Over Credit Reporting Practices

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Biden Brings on Leandra English—Who Battled Mulvaney for Acting Director Role—To Lead CFPB Transition Review Team

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E.D.N.Y. Judge Warns Frequent-Filer Plaintiffs' Firm: Continue Filing Frivolous Cases Like This and You'll Get Sanctioned

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Four Things That the CFPB's Final Debt Collection Rule Got Right