Webinar: When is an Item Payable? Stop Payments, Return Items & More

Start: 3:00 pm
End: 4:30 pm
Event Days: 05/29/2013 - 05/29/2013

The complexities of handling monetary instruments provide daily challenges. Determining when an item is payable and how best to protect your credit union requires in-depth knowledge. This webinar will provide essential legal information so you can make informed decisions about the majority of payment issues faced by financial institutions. You'll learn about when an instrument is properly payable, the right of a consumer to stop payment, when instruments may be returned and the financial institution's legal obligations. Most importantly, you'll learn how to determine financial institution liability when things go wrong.

About This Session:    

This webinar will cover the following topics:

  • When can a financial institution pay an instrument?
  • When can a consumer stop payment?
  • When can your credit union return an item unpaid?
  • Key considerations that can protect a financial institution from liability
  • What to do when things go wrong
  • TAKE-AWAY TOOLKIT with essential checklists and key resources for dealing with common depository issues

Who Should Participate:

Branch managers and those responsible for depository operations

About the Presenter:

Steven S. Camp, JD, Gardere Wynne Sewell LLP

With over twenty-five years' legal experience, Steven Camp has a diverse practice in the areas of financial law and financial services. He is actively engaged in the documentation of commercial lending transactions (asset based and real estate) ranging in size from $5 million to $450 million. In addition, Steven regularly consults with financial institutions and specialty lenders on industry-related matters. He has broad experience in troubled loan workouts and regulatory matters, plus an extensive background in consumer finance, corporate fraud investigation and recovery, and the delivery of treasury management services. Steven has been named as one of the "Best Lawyers in America" by his peers.