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This panel, featuring CUNA attorneys specializing in regulatory compliance and legal advocacy, will comprise an in-depth discussion of current regulatory agency actions and the impact of the rules for compliance and legal practitioners during standard credit union business as well as supervisory examinations.
Speakers: John Christenson and Sabrina Guenther Frigo
The session will cover:
Speaker: Alexandra Garrison Barnett
Federal agencies are reinterpreting federal law while states continue to take the lead in passing new laws adding to the list of employee rights and employer responsibilities. Savvy credit unions understand the importance of being proactive with their policies and practices - one step ahead of the game (and the competition). In this session, we will review the latest developments and trends and explore best practices.
Speaker: Thomas Spahn
This interactive program uses hypotheticals to explore lawyers' confidentiality and disclosure duties in the context of clients' past or ongoing misconduct. Among other things, the program will address: lawyers' possible duty to disclose clients' past fraud on tribunals, or past misconduct in non-corporate and corporate settings; distinguishing between past and ongoing client misconduct (including fugitive clients); client crimes' fruits and instrumentalities; lawyers' silence which causes victim families' anguish, or allows a wrongly convicted person to remain incarcerated.
Speakers: Michael McKenna, Lara Rodriguez and Ian Marenna
NCUA will provide an update on the latest hot topics at the agency. Issues discussed will include Regulatory Reform, Field of Membership, Litigation Issue and the Freedom of Information Act.
Speaker: David Reed
Speaker: Joe Clark
Speaker: Maurice Smith
This is a conversation about diversity in a legal context. Counselors to Credit Union boards can help their clients perform their fiduciary duties with a focus on inclusive governance. We will explore various theoretical viewpoints consistent with cooperative principles. Your Credit Union clients may benefit from these practical applications. Legal advisors can use these points to turn the diversity/inclusion discussion from a torts mitigation issue to a proactive competitive tool.
Speaker: Kristina Del Vecchio
In July 2018, the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (“OCC”) announced that it would start accepting applications for national bank charters from non-depository Fintech companies engaged in the “business of banking.” Since then, the New York Department of Financial Services and Conference of State Bank Supervisors have sued the OCC to block it from issuing Fintech charters and traditional financial institutions, including credit unions, have worried about the competitive threat that Fintechs with national charters would pose to the traditional banking business. But is all this worry really worth it? This program will provide an overview of the Fintech charter, its status, as well as its potential impact on credit unions.
Speaker: Mark Rooney
This presentation will examine key UDAAP principles and emerging trends including:
NCUA/CFPB enforcement and supervisory update
Speaker: Richard Riley
In this session we will cover:
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