Hudson Cook, LLP hosts Special Installments of the Compliance Coffee Break Series to Address the Ongoing and Future Impact of Legal Issues Related to COVID-19

We hope this message finds you and your families doing well during this uncertain time as COVID-19 evolves and demands your attention. Hudson Cook is here to help. We have organized a coordinated firm-wide effort to service the needs of our clients facing the ongoing and future impact of legal issues related to COVID-19.

We will be hosting a series of webinars as Special Installments of the Compliance Coffee Break series. Below are the first scheduled webinars, with others to follow.

In addition, very shortly, Hudson Cook will provide access to comprehensive COVID-19 resources on its website to help clients and friends stay up to date on state and federal actions and reactions to COVID-19. We will be updating those resources continuously as information becomes available.

COVID-19 State, City, and County Lockdown Orders Chart

Bank Regulatory Compliance in the Shadow of COVID-19
The presentation covers the recently-updated interagency pandemic planning guidance, and also discusses the practical challenges banks may face in light of the current coronavirus pandemic.

Presenters:Tom Quinn and Ryan Stinneford
March 30 from 2:00 – 3:00 pm ET
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Payment Accommodations and Modifications During a Crisis: A Two-Part Series on Legal Considerations for Navigating COVID-19
In this series, Patty Covington, Bob Gage, and Anastasia Caton will discuss a myriad of issues a financial institution should consider when developing, implementing and managing crisis accommodation and modification programs. We’ll discuss the different types of accommodations and modifications available, front end issues related to accepting requests, state law issues, credit reporting considerations, and process-related issues, as well as back end issues like record-keeping.

Presenters: Patty Covington, Robert Gage, Anastasia Caton
March 31 from 2:00 – 2:45 pm ET (Part I)
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April 7 from 2:00 – 2:45 pm ET (Part II)
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Fintech Innovation Opportunities in the COVID-19 Era
Because of the nature of this crisis, fintech is poised to provide assistance to consumers and small business through online transactions. Catherine Brennan will discuss innovation tools available to fintechs to potentially help them cut through regulatory burdens so as to be able to deliver lending and other financial products to their customers more efficiently.

Presenter: Catherine M. Brennan
April 3 from 2:00 – 2:30 pm ET
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Please note: These online programs have not been pre-approved for CLE credit. A certificate of attendance will be available upon request for self-submission. Please email [email protected] to request a certificate of attendance. Your state Bar may not accept self-submissions or may limit the number of hours allowed.