Firm partners Alex Mattera, Chris Currier, and Liam Vesely will address compliance with the trustee process, summons, tax levies, subpoenas, and federal garnishment rules. The discussion will focus on the controversial issue of responding to civil subpoenas in a timely fashion, and policies and procedures on when banks should provide notice to customers. The program will also offer practical advice to banks seeking to maximize reimbursement of expenses.
- How banks should respond to these requests
- Interaction with other bank departments
- Management oversight and development of compliance programs to limit exposure
- Privacy and other related issues
- How to minimize expenses related to civil subpoenas
- Holding and remitting funds
This program is designed for bankers with some experience in dealing with these issues. Please visit Massachusetts Bankers Association for more information and registration instructions.
Christopher Currier advises lenders and borrowers in connection with commercial loan transactions, as well as workouts, foreclosures, and restructurings. Chris also provides counsel to businesses on a range of real estate and corporate matters including sales and acquisitions and leasing.
Alex Mattera focuses his practice on all aspects of commercial bankruptcy, bankruptcy litigation, insolvency, business reorganization, and creditor and debtor rights. His representation includes secured creditors, with an emphasis on workouts and collection of troubled and defaulted loans, as well as creditors' committees, trustees, debtors, and other parties-in-interest in bankruptcy and related proceedings.
Liam Vesely represents banks, lending institutions and private lenders in all facets of troubled loan transactions, including workout, asset recovery, and collection of loan indebtedness. Liam also represents businesses, business owners, landlords and management companies in commercial, contract, leasing and tenancy disputes. His practice focuses on commercial litigation, asset recovery, lender workout, collection, foreclosure, and landlord/tenant matters.