by Jeff Sovern
Last week at the University of Houston's Teaching Consumer Law Conference (presided over by fellow-blogger Richard Alderman) I spoke about the House and Senate Consumer Financial Protection Agency (or Bureau) bills and their differences and similarities. I had hoped to find some time this week to blog about that, but it hasn't happened yet. In the meantime, the California State Bar Association asked to post my slides on their website (there are 58 of them), so I thought it might be helpful if I made the slides available on this blog as well. I'm hoping you can get to them by clicking on the following link: Download Houston 2010 Conference.