Complying with Subpoenas, Garnishments & Tax Levies Workshop

on "March 25, 2021 11:42 am"

Credit unions deal with a multitude of legal documents that can order you to produce confidential customer information, hold member funds, and seize property.  Join us for an interactive workshop to learn the legal differences and best practices when processing these documents.

Learn the necessary steps to properly respond to these legal documents, including identifying the information that can and can’t be disclosed, determining when the accountholder must be notified, and much more.

Complying with Subpoenas, Garnishments & Tax Levies Workshop
May 26, 2021 • 9:00 – 10:30 am • Virtual 

Registration deadline is May 11, 2021

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Featured Speakers

JonLaiJonathan Lai is the Managing Partner of Watanabe Ing LLP and also heads the Creditors’ Rights Group, a practice group within the firm devoted to providing “one-stop shop” legal services for financial institutions.  Jonathan has broad experience representing lenders in a wide variety of scenarios, including consumer and commercial loan documentation, advising and consulting on financial regulatory compliance issues, complex commercial loan structuring, troubled debt workouts and restructuring, consumer and commercial collections, foreclosures,  the protection of creditors’ rights in bankruptcy and lender liability claims.

 

 

 

TomYeeTom Yee is a partner with Watanabe Ing LLP and a member of the Creditors’ Rights Group, specializing in representing creditors in a wide variety of bankruptcy-related situations, including for example, protecting security rights in real and personal property, defending against debtor claims for alleged automatic stay violations, and negotiating preference payment avoidance claims in national Chapter 11 bankruptcies.  He spent over ten years in private practice in commercial litigation, has served as in-house counsel for one of Hawaii’s largest banks and, over the better part of the last decade, has focused on representing financial institutions. 

 

 

 

ThomasBergerThomas Berger represents financial institutions, private companies, and individuals in a wide range of litigation involving debt collection and real property. He also represents private companies with liquor licensing, business formation, corporate governance, and government relations. His work includes routinely advising financial institutions and creditors on state collection strategies including foreclosures, execution sales, attachment, and discovery. Mr. Berger also has substantial litigation experience representing creditors in the recovery of money and personal property fraudulently transferred by debtors.