Brian Hurh helps clients navigate the complex array of federal and state banking and financial privacy laws. As a former systems engineer and computer programmer for an Internet payment startup, Brian has both the legal and technical expertise to understand the regulatory and business needs of companies that include banks and non-bank financial services companies, financial technology providers, merchants and marketplaces, and payment service providers.
Brian’s regulatory expertise encompasses the alphabet soup of federal consumer financial protection laws, in particular TILA, EFTA, ECOA, GLBA, FCRA and ESIGN. He also regularly advises companies on federal and state prepaid, gift card, money transmitter and payment network compliance concerns.
Brian is the Professional Development Partner for the Consumer Financial Services practice group.
Product design and development
US product launch
Credit marketing campaigns
Admitted to Practice
District of Columbia
J.D., American University Washington College of Law, 2005, cum laude
- Senior Note and Comment Editor, American University-ABA Administrative Law Review
- Founding Member; Managing Editor - Business Law Brief
M.Eng, Operations Research, Industrial Engineering, Cornell University College of Engineering, 1999
B.S., Operations Research, Industrial Engineering, Cornell University College of Engineering, 1998
Memberships & Affiliations
- Consumer Financial Services Section; Payments and e-Banking Section; Truth in Lending Section; Retail Banking Section – American Bar Association
- D.C.-Asian Pacific American Bar Association
- Editor and Regular Contributor, Payment Law Advisor
- Founder and Regular Contributor, Broadband Law Advisor: Insight and Information on the FCC's National Broadband Plan
- Technology Management Consultant, PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP
- Systems Engineering Manager, InternetCash