Please Join Us For A Banking Seminar On April 8th (Omaha, Nebraska)

March 15, 2011 at 6:54 pm Leave a comment

The banking and financial services industry has been under a hail storm of significant regulatory reform and change. Amidst all this change, a major revision to Article 9 of the Uniform Commercial Code has recently been introduced in the Nebraska Unicameral. In addition, recent case law along with provisions of the Dodd-Frank Act have thrown into doubt the enforceability of consumer arbitration clauses and class action waivers.

Please join us on Friday, April 8, when we will address these topics as well as:

  • Key payment systems issues for banks, including treasury management products and corporate takeovers
  • Rights of secured parties against garnishing judgment creditors with respect to deposit accounts and banks’ set off rights
  • Recent bankruptcy decisions on preference and fraudulent transfer issues
  • Avoiding key secured loan documentation pitfalls

Is someone else in your organization interested in attending?
forward the invitation

If you are unable to attend the seminar, but would like to receive a copy of the handouts, please click here


RSVP
Please respond by Friday, April 1, via 
e-mail or call us at 402.930.1722.

WHEN
Friday, April 8
7:30 a.m.
Registration and Continental Breakfast
8 a.m. Program
11 a.m. Q&A

WHERE
Magnolia Hotel
1615 Howard Street
Omaha, NE 68102
directions

The Magnolia Hotel will provide free valet parking for seminar attendees. 

Is someone else in your organization interested in attending?
forward the invitation

If you are unable to attend the seminar, but would like to receive a copy of the handouts, please click here

For more information, please e-mail Jim Pfeffer or call him at 402-930-1735.

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