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ATTORNEYS CONFERENCE INFO ANNOUNCED
updated 07/31/14 03:41 PM
Cool Views, Hot Legal Topics
The Joseph A. McDonald Attorney Conference is coming to Santa Barbara on Dec. 11-13!
Presented annually by the California and Nevada Credit Union Leagues, the conference brings together credit union attorneys, CEOs, and compliance officers for three days of education, lively discussions, and hands-on participation covering the hottest legal topics facing the movement today.
Included in this year's program is Mary Lou Heighes, a credit union expert and presenter, as well as National Credit Union Administration General Counsel Michael McKenna and Associate General Counsel Frank Kressman.
Topics to be covered:
*Topics are tentative and subject to change.
Hotel Reservations Four Seasons Resort, The Biltmore Special room rate of $225 per night! Room block rate expires Nov. 17, 2014.
Call 805-969-2261 and mention the Joseph A. McDonald Attorney Conference.
Questions? Contact Lisa De Schaine Quaranta at 800-472-1702 ext. 6060 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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