Danielle Morris counsels banks and other non-bank financial services providers with respect to their most strictly scrutinized practices. Danielle guides banks through process overhauls, risk assessments, and internal as well as external-facing compliance reviews with respect to various consumer financial products, including deposit products and mortgage loans, with particular expertise in the intersection between consumer bankruptcy and financial products.
Danielle defends her financial institution clients in regulatory enforcement actions brought by the CFPB, FTC, OCC, FRB, FDIC, HUD, FHA, and state financial regulators, among others. She also leads clients through regulatory exams, builds compliance programs and leads consumer remediation efforts for financial institutions.
Danielle litigates her clients’ most escalated and novel consumer litigation. She believes it is critical that regulatory and compliance legal advisors of regulated financial institutions have firsthand experience with the potential litigation impact of their clients’ practices, as well as extensive knowledge of their clients’ business operations and their regulators’ views and approaches. Danielle serves her clients with a deep understanding not only of their industries, but also of their institutions’ specific goals, strategies, and initiatives.