Lenders and financial institutions are regularly hit with legal orders, whether through a subpoena, summons, garnishment, or third-party demand for records. These requests come fast and furious, and often lenders are "damned if they do, damned if they don't." Failure to adequately respond to an order or miss a deadline, can result in substantial penalties for the lender. Alternatively, turn over too much information and lenders run the risk of being hit with a malicious prosecution action by the borrower.
This webinar will provide an overview of national trends in demand requests and key state-by-state differences in lender responsibilities, as well as first-person accounts about what has – and hasn't – worked in regard to demand requests.
This webinar will cover the following:
The live presentation of this webinar was approved for 1.0 hour general CLE credit in California and Illinois and 1.2 hours of general CLE credit in Missouri. The recording of this program is eligible for 1.0 hour of general CLE credit in Illinois. To receive credit after watching the recording, please complete and submit the verification form.
February 13, 2018
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