Banking Law Update

February 8, 2019

Embassy Suites Hoover Hotel, 2960 John Hawkins Parkway, Birmingham
8:30 a.m.
6 MCLE Credit Hours, including 1 Ethics Hour

[ Seminar Brochure ]

Those who represent banking interests are faced with ongoing challenges and changes in today’s economy.  Staying current with the ups and downs of this unpredictable environment is more necessary than ever.  Join us for this practical and timely seminar, where top experts will provide the up to date information that you need.

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If you are unable to attend this seminar in person, you also have the option of watching LIVE from your own computer. Live webcasting allows attorneys from all parts of the state to have access to quality speakers and programs without having to travel. Webcasts count as "live credits" just as if the viewer were in attendance at the seminar. 

TO REGISTER FOR THE WEBCASTClick Here and follow the on screen instructions.

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To pay by credit card, select the registration option below:

$329 LIVE ON SITE SEMINAR - includes handout materials in ELECTRONIC FORMAT Registration
Save money by printing the materials yourself. 48 hours prior to the seminar you will receive a link for downloading the written materials.

$379 LIVE ON SITE SEMINAR - includes PRINTED handout materials Registration
At the seminar you will receive a binder of the printed materials. PLEASE NOTE: registrations for printed materials must be received 1 week before the seminar date.

To pay by check, you may download and print the mail in registration form.
Mail your form and check to: CLE Alabama, Box 870384, Tuscaloosa, AL 35487-0384.

The Schedule

8:00        Registration and Continental Breakfast Buffet

8:20        Welcome

Morning Presider:
Charles R. Moore III
Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP, Birmingham

8:30        Economic Update (with a focus on interest rate activity, residential mortgage lending trends, and other economic factors that commonly affect the banking industry)
S. Alan McKnight, Jr.
Regions Asset Management, Atlanta

9:00        Washington Update (with a focus on how the midterm elections will affect the federal legislative and regulatory landscape)
William H. Boger III, Senior Vice President and Chief Legislative Counsel
American Bankers Association, Washington DC

10:00     Networking and Refreshment Break

10:10     Employment Law Issues for Banks (with a focus on "Me Too" considerations and other recent events)
Kary Wolfe
Jones Walker LLP, Birmingham

10:40     Beneficial Owner Rule
Charles R. Moore III
Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP, Birmingham

11:10     Discontinuance of LIBOR:  How to Prepare for 2021
Michael Holden
BBVA Compass, Birmingham

11:40     Lunch on your own

Afternoon Presider:
Jennifer R. McCain
Maynard Cooper & Gale PC, Birmingham

12:40     Ethics Issues: Protecting Client Information
Elena Lovoy & Peter Cockrell
McGlinchey Stafford, Birmingham and Washington DC

1:40        Litigation Update
Larry B. Childs & Charles W. Prueter
Waller Lansden Dortch & Davis LLP, Birmingham

2:10        Networking and Refreshment Break

2:20        Creating Liquidity for Community Bank Shareholders

  • Creating a Market for your Shareholders: Share Repurchase Programs
  • Creating a Market for your Shares: Alternatives to an IPO
  • Trends in the M&A Market

Jennifer R. McCain & Andrew S. Nix
Maynard Cooper & Gale PC, Birmingham

Eric Lawless & Matthew Hobert
FIG Partners, Atlanta

3:20        Alabama State Banking Department Update
Trabo Reed
Alabama State Banking Department, Montgomery

3:50        Adjourn