2020 Legal Update Seminars
April 2020 - New Format!
The 2020 KBA Legal Updates will be brought to you this year via On Demand webinar! In response to the concerns about COVID-19, we have reformatted this session to provide our Kansas banks with affordable training, no travel expenses, convenience, and the ability to train your entire staff! And, yes, we’ve added an entire section on
KBA’s SVP & Legal Department Director Terri Thomas will guide your staff through the latest legal updates, with the first half of the session focusing on Lending, and the second half focusing on Deposits/BSA/HR and Miscellaneous Issues. This allows you the opportunity to rotate staff in and out of the session, based upon their training needs and areas of focus within the bank.
Purchasing this On Demand webinar allows you to train your staff at your convenience and allows you to download the printed materials immediately. Don’t miss out on the highly anticipated annual Legal Update seminars! The On Demand webinar will be available April 24.
The 2020 Legal Update manual will be available electronically. All banks registered for the webinar will receive a link to download the manual.
You may be able to obtain CLE credit for the webinar by submitting an application for in-house CLE credit directly to Kansas CLE. The form may be found at: https://www.kscle.org/assets/pdfs/CLE-activity-live-programs-form.pdf. Please mark “in-house program” and remit a non-refundable $25.00 fee to Kansas CLE. Please note credit can only be given if you comply with the rules governing in-house programming. An attorney may not have more than six hours of in-house CLE training per year. Please direct any questions to Becky Milne at the KBA or to Kansas CLE.
Topics of discussion include:
- Recent developments in banking Marijuana, CBD Oil and Hemp Business (state and federal issues);
- Proposed changes to the Community Reinvestment Act;
- Changes to Individual Retirement Arrangement Accounts;
- Final amendments to the Expedited Funds Availability Act (Regulation CC);
- New FAQs for Truth in Lending/RESPA Integrated Disclosures;
- Americans With Disabilities Act and website/mobile banking litigation;
- New Small Estate Affidavit for Kansas;
- HMDA amendments effective for 2020 and beyond;
- Amendments to ACH Rules;
- FDIC Insurance documentation changes;
- Loan documentation changes required by the Taxpayer First Act;
- Human resource compliance issues;
- IRS tax reporting changes;
- Final private flood insurance amendments;
- A review of the latest UDAAP claims brought against financial institutions;
- New and proposed changes to Kansas laws and regulations affecting banks;
- Developments in case law, including class action lawsuits involving overdraft payment practices;
- And much, much more!