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Lucy Bartholomew is an associate in the Financial Services group. Her practice focuses on assisting banks, financial services providers, and non-bank companies in connection with enforcement and compliance matters.

  • Representing banks, financial services providers, and non-bank companies in connection with CFPB, FTC, OCC, FDIC, Federal Reserve Board, and SIGTARP investigations.
  • Representing banks, financial services providers, and non-bank companies in conducting internal investigations, including for anti-money laundering, employee misconduct, and sales practices issues.
  • Representing financial institutions and financial services providers in connection with supervisory examinations.
  • Advising consumer reporting agencies on a broad range of credit reporting and privacy issues.
  • Advising prepaid card issuers with respect to applicable consumer financial services laws and regulations.
  • Advising banks, financial services providers, and non-bank companies in connection with anti-money laundering and Bank Secrecy Act compliance, including with respect to beneficial ownership requirements.

Pro Bono

  • Representation of clients in petitioning for Special Immigrant Juvenile Status under the Immigration and Nationality Act.
  • Representation of tenants in connection with eviction matters.
  • Assisted with the Washington Lawyers’ Committee report, D.C. Incarcerated Women: Continuing Problems and Recommendations for Change, with special focus on the challenges that women face in maintaining contact with children and family while incarcerated.