Lane Page represents financial institutions and other companies in a wide range of federal
and state regulatory investigations and complex civil litigation, with a focus on consumer
protection and fair lending issues.
Mr. Page has represented clients in connection with investigations conducted by the
Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), the Department of Justice (DOJ), the
Federal Trade Commission, the Department of Housing and Urban Development, the Office
of the Comptroller of the Currency, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and
various state attorneys general. Mr. Page also has represented clients in class action and
general litigation, internal investigations, transactional due diligence, and policy and procedure risk assessments.
Representative matters include:
- representing financial services companies in connection with CFPB inquiries and investigations relating to fair lending and unfair, deceptive and abusive acts and practices in
connection with mortgage lending, credit reporting, auto lending, servicing and collections
and other areas;
- negotiating a settlement with the DOJ with respect to the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act;
- defending a financial services company in a putative nationwide class action regarding the
company’s lending practices;
- negotiating a settlement with the CFPB on behalf of an auto finance company with respect
to credit reporting practices;
- conducting internal investigations on behalf of a Fortune 500 pharmaceutical company
regarding compliance with medical device regulations and the Foreign Corrupt Practices
- representing an educational services company in connection with an SEC inquiry.
Mr. Page also maintains a broad pro bono practice, including representing clients seeking
asylum before the U.S. Immigration Court, dealing with housing matters before the D.C.
Superior and Landlord-Tenant courts, and seeking Social Security benefits before the Social