Hirsch & Westheimer is a proud sponsor of the Texas Association of Bank Counsel’s 40th Annual Convention. This year’s convention is being held in Austin, Texas at the Hotel Granduca Austin, from September 22-23, 2016. In addition to the firm’s sponsorship, Rupert Barron, William “Pat” Huttenbach, and Jacob Stephens, attorneys in the firm’s Litigation and Banking and Financial Institutions practice groups, are speaking at the convention. Pat Huttenbach, the chair of the Program Committee and member of the TABC Board of Directors, is speaking on the topic of bank deposit agreements. Jacob Stephens and Kelly Rentzel of Texas Capital Bank, NA are addressing the topics of subpoenas and garnishments. Rupert Barron is presenting his paper, titled: “Workouts: Receiverships, Post-Foreclosure Deficiencies, Lender Diligence and Related Bankruptcy and Litigation Issues.”
The TABC was formed in 1976 to inform and educate Texas lawyers who devote a substantial part of their professional time representing banks and other financial institutions. 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. To learn more about the TABC or the 40th Annual Convention, including the topics that will be covered, please visit: http://www.texasbankers.com/tabc/Annual_Convention/Overview/TABC/About_Convention.aspx?hkey=e64d766e-a324-4259-87b9-2909c38b403e.
Since 1913, Hirsch & Westheimer, PC has represented banks and financial institutions in Texas, and jurisdictions beyond. To learn more about Hirsch & Westheimer’s Banking and Financial Institutions practice, please visit: http://www.hirschwest.com/practice-areas/banking-financial-institutions/. To learn more about Rupert’s practice, please visit: http://www.hirschwest.com/attorneys/rupert-f-barron.