Pierce Atwood attorneys Christopher J. Currier, Michele E. Kenney, and Alex F. Mattera presented at this virtual program, addressing compliance with trustee process, summons, tax levies, subpoenas, and federal garnishment rules. Their discussion emphasized 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 offered practical advice to banks seeking to maximize expense reimbursement.
Chris Currier advises lenders and borrowers in connection with commercial loan transactions, as well as workouts, foreclosures, and restructurings. Since 1993, Chris has been counsel for a number of banks through several economic recessions.
Michele Kenney represents multinational corporations, medium and smaller-size businesses, individuals, and national and regional financial institutions in a wide range of disputes, involving, for example, issues of fiduciary duty, fraud, breach of contract, business torts, unfair trade practices, competition, trade secrets, as well as employment claims and claims under New Hampshire's Consumer Protection Act.
Alex Mattera focuses his practice on all aspects of commercial bankruptcy, bankruptcy litigation, insolvency, business reorganization, and creditor and debtor rights.
The New Hampshire Bankers Association is a statewide, nonprofit trade association representing and serving all of the banking institutions in New Hampshire. Its purpose is to promote the general welfare, usefulness, and public perception of banks and banking institutions to the betterment of the state, its economy, and all its citizens.