Latif Zaman


Hudson Cook, LLP

Latif is a partner in the firm’s Maryland office. He works closely with financial services providers at various stages of growth to develop, maintain and expand nationwide consumer and commercial credit and funding programs. On behalf of investor clients, Latif engages in due diligence of financial service providers, including fintech firms, bank partnership platforms, small business lenders, sales finance companies and legal funding companies. Latif advises legal funding companies on compliance with state and federal law, including issues related to licensing, documentation and recharacterization. He also counsels clients on choice of law issues.

Latif is a contributing editor for the American Bar Association’s Business Law Section digital publication, Business Law Today, and is a member of the Alternative Finance Bar Association and the American Bar Association, Business Law Section, formerly serving as a young lawyer liaison with the Consumer Financial Services Committee. He is a member of the New York State Bar, the Maryland State Bar and the Massachusetts State Bar.

Prior to joining Hudson Cook, Latif was a Law Fellow and Intern for the New York State Department of Financial Services.

Latif received his law degree from the University of Virginia School of Law and holds a Bachelor of Arts in English from Skidmore College.