Virtual series 10 a.m. - 12 p.m. ET. Delivery platform is Zoom, plan to join us via your laptop or phone. You will receive a link to join the events the afternoon prior to each scheduled session. Video is NOT required.
Join us for our FIRST KBA Banking Law Virtual Conference!
This program is intended for Bank Executives, Bank Counsel, Compliance Officers, and anyone in the bank who needs to know more!
The series will be held virtually through ZOOM January 26, 27, and 28 from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM Eastern time.
The program will cover Banking Law as well as Risk Management topics.
Submitted for approved to the Kentucky Bar Association for 6 CLE hours.
January 26, 2021
10 AM • 11 AM Ethical Considerations During an Economic Downturn, Marty Tucker, Dinsmore & Shohl LLP
Covid-19 has caused many businesses to reduce staff, implement layoffs and in some cases, shut down. Despite these difficult times, there remain loans to be paid. Bankers are faced with the challenge of serving customer needs. How do you do that without breaking any ethical rules and remaining consistent? This session presents a guide on how to deal with such issues.
11 AM • 12 PM HR Considerations in a COVID World, Chris Cook, Farmers Bank and Trust Company
This session will cover Emergency Paid Sick Leave Act and Emergency Family Medical Leave Act voluntary compliance through the end of March with the corresponding tax credits and the related considerations and Remote Work Policy and Agreement considerations along with the ethical considerations of these topics couched within real life examples.
January 27, 2021
10 AM • 11 AM Bankruptcy Trends, Data and Current Issues, Brad Salyer, U.S. Bank National Association
As the Covid-19 continues to challenge even the best businesses, bankruptcies around the country continue to rise. With an increase in bankruptcies, changing rules, and new proposed legislation, bankers and their counsel face new challenges in bankruptcy. This session addresses these challenges and presents considerations on best practices moving forward for even the most seasoned bankruptcy practitioner.
11 AM • 12 PM Banking • You Can’t Be Doing That, Ellen McCoy Sharp, Central Bank & Trust Company
Discussion of the Ethical considerations of the business of banking. The world of banking can be challenging and over the course of history, there have been unethical practitioners in banking. With over 50 years of experience in troubled situations, this panel discusses where bankers went wrong by sharing stories and showing bankers and attorneys how to remain ethical in challenging times.
January 28, 2021
10 AM • 11 AM Pesky Probates • Navigating the Probate Claims Process, Adam Stearman, Stearman Baker PLLC
Many banks are challenged with the unfortunate passing of customers. As these customers pass, how do you administer your claims? With new changes to Kentucky’s probate laws, bankers must be more diligent to ensure that claims are handled timely and appropriately. This session addresses the challenges of the claims process and the pitfalls bankers and practitioners should be aware of in protecting bank assets.
11 AM • 12 PM Implementing Electronic Transactions into your Banking Practices, Tim Schenk, Kentucky Bankers Association
This session is sponsored by Black Knight, Inc.
Kentucky is modernizing the legal effect of digital signatures. With the adoption of UETA, electronic notarization and electronic recording, practices are changing. But how can bankers and practitioners implement these changes into practices under the law? What documents still require “wet” signatures? This session covers all forms of electronic signatures and how to adopt these new changes into modern practice.