b'Anthony Alexis, Partneraalexis@goodwinlaw.comTony Alexis is a partner in Goodwins Complex Litigation & Dispute Resolution Practice and serves as the head of the firms Consumer Financial Services Enforcement Practice. His practice focuses primarily on consumer financial services and government and regulatory investigations. Prior to joining Goodwin in 2017, Mr. Alexis served as Assistant Director and Head of the Office of Enforcement at the CFPB, where he developed and managed the CFPBs enforcement strategy, consumer financial investigations and litigation. He also coordinated strategy, investigations and litigation in areas such as payday/short-term loans, mortgages, credit cards, credit reporting, debt collection, student and automobile lending, and payments systems with leaders of the enforcement and regulation departments. Mr. Alexis also served as a member of the CFPBs Executive Committee and its Civil Penalty Fund Governance Board. He joined the CFPB as the Deputy Enforcement Director for Field Litigation, and was responsible for enforcement work conducted by enforcements four regional offices.W. Kyle Tayman, Partnerktayman@goodwinlaw.comKyle Tayman is a partner in the firms Complex Litigation & Dispute Resolution and Consumer Financial Services Litigation practices, and is also a member of the Government Investigations + Enforcement, Fintech and Antitrust practices. Mr. Tayman concentrates his practice on representing and defending banks and financial institutions in government investigations and enforcement actions, False Claims Act litigation, consumer class actions and complex litigation. He is the lead editor of Goodwins Consumer Finance Enforcement Watch blog, which is the marketplaces first resource for real-time reporting on the full range of public federal and state consumer finance enforcement activity. Mr. Tayman regularly represents clients in government investigations brought by the CFPB, DOJ, FTC, HUD, and state attorneys general, and defends clients in complex commercial litigation and class action matters at the trial and appellate levels of federal and state courts. He frequently defends clients in enforcement proceedings and litigation under federal and state consumer lending laws, including RESPA, FCRA, ECOA, TCPA, TILA, FDCPA, and UDAAP. Mr. Tayman has substantial experience advising fintech clients on consumer regulatory and litigation matters.Courtney L. Hayden, Counselchayden@goodwinlaw.comCourtney Hayden, a counsel in Goodwins Complex Litigation & Dispute Resolution and Consumer Financial Services Litigation practices, defends financial institutions against government enforcement actions, class actions, and individual actions in various state, federal, and administrative proceedings. Ms. Haydens cases typically arise under the FHA, TILA, FCRA, FDCPA, RESPA, ECOA, TCPA, and various states unfair and deceptive trade practices statutes. Ms. Hayden is also an editor of Goodwins LenderLaw Watch blog.Stella Padilla, Associatespadilla@goodwinlaw.comStella Padilla is an associate in Goodwins Complex Litigation & Dispute Resolution, Financial Industry Litigation and Consumer Financial Services Litigation practices. Her practice focuses on the representation of financial services institutions in litigation matters, including class action litigation and enforcement actions brought by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and state attorneys general. Ms. Padilla has defended leading financial services institutions against a variety of consumer cases, including class action claims for contractual breaches, unfair and deceptive trade practices under state statutes and under the Consumer Financial Protection Act, and violations of the Truth in Lending Act, the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, the Telephone Consumer Protection Act and the Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act. She is a contributor to Goodwins LenderLaw Watch blog.61'