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From the Editors of CU Weekly

LIMITING CLASS ACTION LAWSUITS
updated 03/04/13 08:18 PM
Learn How to Avoid Exposure
Several credit unions have been named as defendants in class action lawsuits over the past few years. Plaintiffs' lawyers can collect large fees, and financial institutions are easy targets.

How can you protect your credit union? Tune in to the Limiting Your Credit Union’s Exposure to Class Action Lawsuits webinar.

Click here to register!

You'll learn:

  • What the most common class action suits are against financial institutions.
  • How to evaluate your credit union’s products, procedures, services, and agreements, to minimize your credit union’s exposure.
  • How to lessen your credit union’s risk of being named as a defendant in the most common types of class action lawsuits against financial institutions.
  • Key steps to strategically limit a credit union’s financial exposure after a class action has been filed.
  • Important questions to ask litigation (panel) counsel defending the credit union in a class action lawsuit.

Who Should Attend? CEOs, boards directors, CFOs, and senior management.

 
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