Bank Overdraft Fee Litigation and Regulatory Developments: Minimizing Liability Exposure
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A live 90-minute premium CLE webinar with interactive Q&A
This CLE webinar will provide counsel for financial institutions with an analysis of recent litigation and regulatory trends impacting overdraft and return item fees. The panel will discuss steps that institutions can take to minimize regulatory and litigation risks.
- Update on overdraft fee class action lawsuits
- Regulatory developments
- Best practices for compliance and minimizing litigation exposure
The panel will review these and other vital questions:
- What are the bank practices at issue in recent overdraft fee litigation?
- What legal theories have been pursued in recent class action cases, and how have the courts ruled?
- What are the hot button regulatory issues?
- What should banks do to minimize regulatory and litigation exposure for their overdraft policies and practices?
Matthew S. (Matt) Mulqueen
Baker Donelson Bearman Caldwell & Berkowitz
Mr. Mulqueen strives to provide creative solutions to clients at every stage of litigation, including early resolution... | Read More
Mr. Mulqueen strives to provide creative solutions to clients at every stage of litigation, including early resolution and dismissal of actions, complex motion practice, the collection and review of electronically-stored information, and trial in state and federal courts. At the appellate level, he has represented clients in proceedings before the Tennessee Court of Appeals, the Tennessee Supreme Court, and the Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit.Close
Lucus A. Ritchie
Mr. Ritchie is a partner in Pierce Atwood's Litigation Practice Group. His practice covers a wide variety of... | Read More
Mr. Ritchie is a partner in Pierce Atwood's Litigation Practice Group. His practice covers a wide variety of complex commercial disputes, with a particular emphasis on class action defense and energy litigation. Mr. Ritchie regularly appears in federal and state trial courts throughout the country, and also represents clients in arbitrations, mediations and contested administrative proceedings. In each case, he focuses on developing a detailed understanding of his client's business and its goals, and uses advocacy and creativity in order to obtain favorable results in a practical and efficient manner.Close
Alan D. Wingfield
Mr. Wingfield is a partner in the firm’s consumer financial services practice, focusing on financial services... | Read More
Mr. Wingfield is a partner in the firm’s consumer financial services practice, focusing on financial services litigation and consumer law compliance counseling. He helps businesses with the myriad federal and state consumer protection laws and laws regulating financial services and other types of consumer-facing companies. Mr. Wingfield has represented businesses in many venues nationally in class action and individual consumer litigation.Close