Boca Raton, Florida, Sept. 17, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Attorney Michael A. Goodman of Hudson Cook, LLP Is Compliance Attorney for Resolvly LLC of Boca Raton, Florida. He will serve as an advisor to many individuals in the field of business, as well as be able to represent whole companies. In this capacity, he will be able to assist a wider range of clients than in his every day practice. He is proud to take on this role and use his skill to handle difficult business cases alongside a network of his esteemed colleagues.

Attorney Michael A. Goodman has been an advisor on various issues regarding federal laws enforced by the Federal Trade Commission, Federal Communications Commission (FTC), and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, as well as various other federal agencies.

Attorney Goodman received his law degree from the University of Colorado, School of Law in 1999. He is a member of several associations, including the American Bar Association and Virginia State Bar. He is an Attorney - Hudson Cook, LLP office in Washington, D.C. In his role as compliance attorney, he (along with staff members at his office) focuses on the standards that regulate how businesses communicate with and market to potential and current customers. Also, they deal with matters of proper collection, disclosure, and use of customers' information.

Attorney Goodman assists clients during their investigations, enforcement actions, and examinations, representing them to the above-mentioned agencies. He also advises clients when it comes to compliance with the state laws having to do with deceptive and unfair trade practices, the proper handling of customer and consumer information, and different types of communication with the public. He has clients that include mortgage bankers, credit card companies, lead generators, lenders, retailers, and those who are service providers for such businesses.

Attorney Goodman previously served as a staff attorney in the Bureau of Consumer Protection, under the FTC. He has litigated consumer protection cases that target business opportunity fraud, deceptive consumer services marketing, and telemarketing fraud. In addition, he helped to coordinate rulemaking efforts for the CAN-SPAM Act of 2003 in the FTC, in which he made amendments to the Telemarketing Sales Rule.

To date, Attorney Goodman has been a speaker at several conferences and events. He has served as a panel member at various meetings and workshops throughout the last two decades. Also, he has written articles for many publications, including The Business Lawyer and The Review of Banking & Financial Services, which showcases his knowledge and professionalism.

Resolvly LLC
Boca Raton, Florida