RESULTS FOR CATEGORY: Banking Law

Apr. 10, 2014John E. Lande, Iowa Banking Law Blog
Heartbleed-bug

“Heartbleed” bug poses threat to banks that use OpenSSL for online banking systems.

Apr. 7, 2014Jeffrey J. Andersen, Iowa Banking Law Blog
Loan-origination-training

Banks should be aware of — and document — the frequency and depth of training being offered to loan originators.

Mar. 28, 2014The Dickinson Law Newsroom
JLH-Adams-web

Dickinson attorney Jennifer Hodge sworn in to Illinois State Bar by new Magistrate Judge Helen Adams

Mar. 26, 2014Jeffrey J. Andersen, Iowa Banking Law Blog
Banking-Marketing

As part of what the FTC has deemed ‘Operation Steer Clear’ (aren’t regulators great at catchy names?) it is bringing a wave of actions against auto dealers for marketing violations. The violations run the gamut from advertising ‘$0 Down’ and hiding key exclusions in the illegible fine print to failing to make required disclosures under […]

Feb. 24, 2014John E. Lande, Iowa Banking Law Blog, Iowa Employer Law Blog
CATO

Your company’s important financial and confidential information is a lot less secure than you think.

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