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Responding to California Subpoenas

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September 09, 2024
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All day
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RELEASE DATE: September 9, 2024
ESTIMATED DURATION: 80 MINUTES

When your California credit union is served with a subpoena for member financial information, do you know exactly what steps to take? In this webinar, attorney Dan Loritz, Managing Partner at Okun Loritz, LLP, will answer these and other questions about California state court civil deposition and trial subpoenas, California criminal trial and grand jury subpoenas, and Federal court civil deposition and trial subpoenas:

  • What is a subpoena?
  • What are the most common types of subpoenas?
  • What items should you look for when determining whether a subpoena is valid?
  • Is personal service required? Is an “/s/” signature acceptable?
  • What are the critical timeline rules (for serving the Credit Union, serving the Notice to Consumer, and the Date of Production) that apply to subpoenas?
  • What mistakes do subpoenaing attorneys usually make?
  • What should your Credit Union do if a subpoena is invalid?
  • What steps should your Credit Union take to produce the information?
  • What fees are you entitled to receive for processing subpoenas?

Subpoena issues can be complex, but this webinar will make sure you know what to do (and what not to do) when your Credit Union receives the most common forms of subpoenas. You can also save yourself a lot of headaches by learning the tips that attorney Dan Loritz shares in this exclusive webinar for the California and Nevada Credit Union League!

MEET THE PRESENTER

As Managing Partner of Okun Loritz LLP, attorney Dan Loritz assists the firm’s clients with bond/insurance claims, business and consumer deposit and lending documentation, contract review and negotiation, regulatory compliance, employment law and personnel issues, and privacy matters.
Dan is a frequent speaker at credit union industry events concerning legal and compliance topics and is the author of numerous publications. Prior to practicing law, Dan worked as a personal banking officer at a major California bank. He is a member of the State Bar of California and the Financial Institutions Committee of the State Bar of California.

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