Eli Rosenberg counsels both industry leading and start-up FinTech companies as well as financial institutions with respect to their financial services products. Eli routinely advises clients on numerous financial services issues including electronic banking, merchant-acquiring, electronic fund transfer, credit card, debit card, and prepaid card businesses. He also assists clients with state and federal regulatory compliance and other regulatory matters including money transmitter/money service business licensing and marketplace lending issues. Additionally, Eli leads financial services clients in contracting with service providers and negotiates services agreements and independent sales organization, BIN, agent bank, and association contracts. Notably, Eli serves as regulatory counsel to the Innovative Payments Association and works closely with industry leaders and government regulators on emerging issues facing financial services providers.
Eli received his Juris Doctor from the University of Kansas School of Law in 2012.
- University of Kansas School of Law, J.D., Order of the Coif 2012
- Missouri State University, M.B.A., Beta Gamma Sigma, 2009
- University of Kansas, B.A., with distinction, 2007
Bar & Court Admissions
- Nebraska, 2013
Professional & Civic Affiliations
- ABA UCC Payments Subcommittee – Co-Chair
Selected Recent Publications
- “Paper Tigers? Cashier’s Checks, Nonpayment, and the Holder in Due Course Debate,” Co-Author, The Banking Law Journal, May 2021.
- “Data Security and Privacy Law,” Chapter editor, Thomson Reuters, 2021 Ed.
- “Electronic Payment Systems: Law & Emerging Technologies,” Chapter editor, American Bar Association, 2018.
Recent Speaking Engagements
- “Step-by-Step, Block-By-Block: Virtual Currency Overview and Update,” Presenter, IPA Day of Payments, Aug. 19, 2020.
- “Unpacking the Fintech Regulatory Landscape” Presenter, Flyover Fintech, Nov. 11, 2019.
- “Legal Implications of Blockchain and Virtual Currency, Presenter, Nebraska IT Symposium,” May 22, 2018, Omaha, Nebraska.