Seyi Iwarere primarily counsels clients on regulatory and compliance matters involving electronic payment products. She advises on compliance with state and federal consumer protection laws impacting banks and other companies, regulation of prepaid access, anti-money laundering laws and state money transmitter licensing laws. She also assists clients with meeting obligations under state abandoned property laws.
Additionally, Ms. Iwarere represents manufacturers, retailers and distributors in consumer product and vehicle safety regulatory matters. She also assists clients pro bono in regulatory immigration matters.
Ms. Iwarere graduated from Howard University School of Law in 2008. While in law school, she was president of the Christian Legal Society.
In law school, Ms. Iwarere also worked as a summer associate with the firm, researching case law and agency regulations for litigation, health care, international and intellectual property matters. She also has worked as a legal intern and a paralegal at other firms.