No Good Deed Goes Unpunished: Potential Hazards When Assisting Bank Customers in an Increasingly Litigious World

February 11, 2014 at 11:37 am Leave a comment

Join Stinson Leonard Street LLP Partner Andrew Muller and Ben Byrd, General Counsel for Nodaway Bank, as they discuss the potential pitfalls that can await banks endeavoring to assist their customers.

In the modern era of bank litigation, bank customers are increasingly bringing claims that their banks had taken over decision-making on behalf of the borrower on issues ranging from personal estate planning to complex commercial investments. The discussion will focus on what types of claims are being made and how banks can potentially avoid such hazards before being confronted with litigation.

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Presenters:

Ben Byrd, General Counsel
Nodaway Bank
bbyrd@nodawayvalleybank.com

Andrew Muller, Partner
Stinson Leonard Street LLP
andrew.muller@stinsonleonard.com

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