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Brown Bag Lunch: But I don't want to be the next Lois Lerner: What happens if you are involved in a congressional investigation
Buckley LLP
2001 M Street NW
Washington, DC 20036
USA
Wednesday, May 29, 2019, 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM EDT
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WHF Brown Bag Lunch:  But I don't want to be the next Lois Lerner: What happens if you are involved in a congressional investigation

The speakers will discuss the unique world of representing clients who are involved with and potentially subjects of congressional investigations. 

 


Speakers: 
Jonice Gray Tucker
, Partner, Buckley LLP 
Jarrod Loadholt, Director, Legislative and Regulatory Affairs, Credit Karma  

Date: May 29, 2019 
Time: 12:00 - 1:00 pm 
Location: Buckley LLP, 2001 M Street NW, Washington DC 20036
Metro: Farragut North & West, Dupont Circle  

 

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Speaker Bios

Jonice Gray Tucker is a partner in Buckley LLP’s Washington, D.C., office and a member of the firm’s partner Board. She represents corporate and individual clients in matters initiated by the government regulators as well as in private civil litigation and internal investigations. Ms. Tucker also counsels clients on compliance with consumer protection laws and supervision preparedness. Ms. Tucker focuses a substantial portion of her practice on representations involving government examinations, investigations, and enforcement actions relating to banking, consumer finance, and consumer protection laws. She has been representing financial institutions in matters involving the CFPB since it was first established, having served as lead counsel in numerous investigations, enforcement actions, and supervisory matters. Beyond her CFPB work, Ms. Tucker frequently represents institutions in matters initiated by Congress and many other federal agencies, including DOJ, HUD, FTC, and the prudential bank regulators, as well as state attorneys general and other state regulators.Ms. Tucker is active in the American Bar Association, where she is Chair of the Banking Law Committee, which has more than 2,000 members.

Jarrod has nearly a decade of legal, governmental and private sector experience working on a bipartisan basis as a lobbyist, attorney and Congressional staffer.  After graduating NYU Law School, Mr. Loadholt began his career in Atlanta as an associate at Troutman Sanders LLP working closely with Democratic and Republican local elected officials throughout metro Atlanta on a broad range of local governmental issues.  After leaving Troutman, Mr. Loadholt served as Senior Counsel to the House Committee on Financial Services where he worked closely with Republican Committee staff on all legislation and oversight matters subject to the jurisdiction of the Subcommittees on Financial Institutions and Consumer Credit and Oversight and Investigations.  After leaving the House, Jarrod has worked in a number of public policy roles for companies like SolarCity and Tesla in state capitals and in Washington.