William “Pat” Huttenbach will address the Texas Association of Banker’s Counsel on October 1, 2015, on the topic of “2015 Case Law Updates and Examples of How Your Bank May Be Able to Reduce Exposure on Potential Future Losses”

William “Pat” Huttenbach will address the Texas Association of Banker’s Counsel on October 1, 2015, on the topic of “2015 Case Law Updates and Examples of How Your Bank May Be Able to Reduce Exposure on Potential Future Losses”

by Erick Escamilla

The Texas Association of Bank Counsel is holdings its 39th Annual Convention at the Ritz Carlton, in New Orleans on October 1-2, 2015. The TABC convention is open to attorneys who represent state, national and savings banks and other financial service providers, large or small, and those who practice with a regulatory agency with jurisdiction over these entities. In addition to William “Pat” Huttenbach’s talk on “2015 Case Law Updates and Examples of How Your Bank May Be Able to Reduce Exposure on Potential Future Losses,” speakers will focus on other banking related topics, including E-Signatures, Patent Litigation, Privacy/Cybersecurity, the Banking Secrecy Act, the TILA/RESPA Integrated Disclosure Rule and Regulation X. To learn more about the TABC or the 39th Annual TABC Convention, please visit http://www.texasbankers.com/tabc/Annual_Convention/TABC/About_Convention.aspx?hkey=7d68e5de-dc9a-4197-9d0f-0636680179ac, or access the brochure here: http://www.texasbankers.com/docs/EventPDFs/2015-TABC-Convention-Bro-WEB.pdf.

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