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Lauren E. Quigley

Lauren E. Quigley

Senior Counsel


  • Business Services
  • Corporate Finance

WSG Practice Industries


Illinois, U.S.A.


Lauren Quigley is a Senior Counsel in Dykema's Chicago office. Lauren represents financial institutions (including banks, credit unions, and fintech companies) in a variety of commercial and consumer services and products, including consumer loans and deposit products, payment products and services, online banking and electronic delivery channels and the legal and regulatory compliance requirements for those services.

Lauren works with clients to draft and structure consumer loan deposit documentation and disclosures, including compliance with applicable regulations (Regulation E, ESIGN compliance, NACHA Operating Rules and Guidelines, Regulation Z). Lauren has experience reviewing and drafting policies and procedures related to payment processing and various card and account products.

In her practice, Lauren also assists clients with responding to NORA, CID and MRA/MRIA letters, as well as defending regulatory examinations and conducting mock and pre-regulatory examination reviews.

Lauren received her J.D. from the University of Notre Dame in 2013. During law school, she served as a Research Assistant for the Honorable Kenneth F. Ripple, 7th Circuit Judge, and for Professor James Seckinger and as an Executive Articles Editor on the Notre Dame Journal of Legislation. Lauren received her B.A. from Northwestern University in 2010.

Bar Admissions



Notre Dame Law School, J.D., 2013 Northwestern University, B.A., 2010
Areas of Practice

Business Services | Corporate Finance


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Dykema, January 2021

On January 13, the Illinois legislature unanimously passed the Predatory Loan Prevention Act (SB 1792) (“PLPA”), which would prohibit lenders from charging more than 36% APR on consumer loans. Specifically, the PLPA would apply to any non-commercial loan made to a consumer in Illinois, including closed-end and open-end credit, retail installment sales contracts, and motor vehicle retail installment sales contracts...

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Dykema, March 2020

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