Of Counsel Lori Mininger

“Successfully addressing your compliance obligations requires an understanding of your unique business models and goals. Equipped with this knowledge, I’ll partner with you to offer practical solutions that work. ”

Phone: 614-939-9955
Fax: 614-939-9954

Of Counsel to Mac Murray & Shuster, Lori is dedicated to marrying her regulatory knowledge with an understanding of each client’s industry, business, and goals to offer risk-based and regulatory-compliant solutions. She previously served in-house as both Chief Compliance Officer and General Counsel, and understands firsthand the challenges and pitfalls businesses face in trying to meet their compliance obligations without impeding operational, financial, and innovation objectives.

Lori brings over a decade of experience advising financial institutions of applicable federal and state regulatory requirements, industry best practices, and industry self-regulatory regimes. She also has significant experience building, implementing, and maintaining risk-based regulatory compliance management programs. This includes conducting risk assessments, identifying/assessing applicable laws, developing and implementing policies and procedures, creating and distributing general and role-based regulatory training, identifying controls and assessing control effectiveness, conducting ongoing monitoring and testing, responding to issues, and developing meaningful reporting.

Lori has an exceptional foundation in data privacy (GLBA, TCPA, JPA, TSR, COPPA, HIPAA, CAN-SPAM) and other consumer protection laws, including AML/BSA, Fair Credit Reporting (FCRA, FACTA), Fair Lending (ECOA/Regulation B), Unfair, Deceptive and Abusive Acts and Practices (UDAAP), Military Lending (SCRA, MLA), and Americans with Disabilities (ADA). Additionally, she is accredited as a Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP) in both the U.S. and Canada, as well as in the technical areas of Government and Information Technology.

Lori is a contributor to the International Association of Privacy Professional’s (IAPP) publication, “Building a Privacy Program: A Practitioner’s Guide” and serves as an Advisory Board Member at the University of Toledo, College of Law.

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GDPR Is Coming. Will Your Organization Be Ready?

The clock continues to count down to May 25th, the day regulators will begin enforcing the new EU General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”). Bringing substantially heightened requirements compared to the Data Protection Framework currently in place, this new set of rules is designed to give EU citizens more control of their personal data, and includes enhanced [...]

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