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McGlinchey Stafford’s Financial Services Team Hosts “Emerging Issues in Banking Law” CLE event

November 4, 2019

McGlinchey Stafford PLLC will host a seminar discussing up-to-the-minute information on topics of interest to in-house banking counsel, from 7:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. on Tuesday, December 3, at The Club in Birmingham.

The agenda will cover topics ranging from employee compensation, to cybersecurity, to ethical challenges, to cannabis banking, to Current Expected Credit Losses (CECL) considerations, to lender liability. Five attorneys from McGlinchey Stafford’s nationwide Financial Services teams will present, representing the firm’s banking counsel, tax law, consumer financial services compliance, commercial litigation, cybersecurity, corporate, and structured finance practice groups. These speakers are joined by colleagues from Warren Averett, the Alabama State Bar, Alabama State Banking Department, and University of Alabama School of Law for dynamic discussions featuring real-world applications of legal developments.

“We identified a need for high-quality, focused, locally available continuing legal education programs on topics of interest to in-house lawyers in financial institutions,” says Chris Couch, Member (Partner) in McGlinchey Stafford’s Birmingham office. “We developed this agenda based on conversations with clients about their current challenges and concerns, and hope it will be a very beneficial day for those who attend.”

“McGlinchey’s team is unique in its breadth and depth of experience in the financial services industry, with capabilities spanning regulatory, transactional, and litigation matters,” says Chris Bottcher, Managing Member of McGlinchey Stafford’s Birmingham Office. “The firm’s strength in this field positions us well to make this kind of education available for clients and others in the industry. We’re happy to invite colleagues from our nationwide offices, as well as friends outside of private practice, to offer their perspectives for our fellow legal professionals.”

The seminar will provide eight hours of Continuing Legal Education (CLE) credit* and includes breakfast, lunch, and a cocktail reception.

There is no charge to attend, and registration is required. Event details and registration are available at Registration and breakfast will begin at 7:30, with the program starting at 8:00 a.m.

* CLE credit pending approval in AL, FL, GA, TX, MN, and SC.