GRETCHEN E. LAMBERG represents a wide range of entities involved in financial and payment systems, including insured depository institutions, technology providers, payment processors and systems and retailers and other merchants. Her practice has a particular emphasis on assisting clients with drafting and negotiating a variety of agreements for both back-end services and programs for consumer financial products and services. She also assists clients with respect to regulatory matters, such as responding to regulatory reforms, preparing regulatory filings, interfacing with regulators and complying with various laws and regulations, including the laws applicable to money transmission and anti-money laundering.
Gretchen’s experience includes:
- Representing retailers and issuing banks in private label and co-brand credit card transactions and prepaid card transactions
- Representing banks in the purchase and sale of portfolios and business lines
- Representing financial institutions in key vendor agreements, such as payment processing agreements
- Advising clients on money transmitter licensing issues on a multi-state basis
Gretchen joined the firm’s Banking and Financial Services practice group, which received the 2019 Chambers USA Award for Financial Services Regulation, after practicing corporate law in New York and the District of Columbia.
Admissions & Certifications
- District of Columbia
- New York
- The University of Chicago Law School, J.D., 2000 (with honors)
- Pomona College, B.A., 1994