On Demand: 2021 Banking Law Virtual Seminar
Posted on 09/08/2021 at 11:14 AM by The Newsroom
Moving Forward in the New Legal Landscape
The Dickinson Law Virtual Banking Law Seminar first aired September 1, 2021 and is now available On Demand. The seminar sessions focused on how the pandemic has left its mark on community banks across Iowa, including how they operate and do business. Bankers have pivoted their efforts and strategies in order to compete in the new banking environment that is marked by continued uncertainty, change and disruption. While this uncertainty presents community banks with challenges, it also provides a silver lining in the form of growth possibilities.
Sessions to explore (available 24/7!) with our Banking & Employment Law Attorneys include:
- Emerging Disruptive Market: NFTs with Attorney Grace Bogart
- Federal Agents are in the Lobby. What Now? with Attorney John Lande
- Panel: Employee Departures / Non-competes / Restrictive Covenants with Attorneys Jill Jensen-Welch & Melissa Schilling
- Change in Bank Control: Avoiding Regulatory Rapids with Attorney David Gonzales
- Compliance Overview Powers of Attorney with Attorney David Wetsch
- Iowa Code 490 – Corporate Holding Act changes with Attorney Brad Kruse
- Loans: Documentation, Modifications, Workouts & Nonjudicial Alternatives with Attorneys Jeff Baxter & Ben Bruner
- Case Law Updates with Attorney Rachel Soderstrum
- Bank Mergers and Acquisitions: Data Processing Agreement Considerations and Taxation issues with Attorneys Amy Plummer & David Repp
- Iowa Banking: The Times They Are A-Changin' with Attorney Howard Hagen
The Virtual Seminar is approved for 5 hours of CLE Credit, Activity #368912. For more information, contact the Iowa Supreme Court Commission on Continuing Legal Education at 515-348-4670.
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