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Wisconsin Banking Law Update . July 29, 2014 – Crowne Plaza, Madison, WI . Overview The Wisconsin Banking Law Update seminar will focus on those aspects …
W i s c o ns i n B a nk ing L a w U pd a t e July 29, 2014 – Crowne Plaza, Madison, WI Overview The Wisconsin Banking Law Update seminar will focus on those aspects of banking law that are uniquely Wisconsin. Topics to be addressed by the presenters, who are all Wisconsin licensed attorneys, include the Wisconsin Mortgage Satisfaction Act, essentials of construction loan agreements and ground leases, the Wisconsin Consumer Act, issues in Chapter 11 and 12 bankruptcies, banking trademark law, the latest developments under RESPA and TILA, and preventing liability for privacy violations. There will be time reserved for questions and answers on these or other topics. Lunch following the seminar is included with every registration. Who Should Attend CEOs, CFOs, Commercial Loan Offices, Mortgage Loan Officers, Consumer Loan Officers Seminar Topics & Presenters

Hot Topics in Intellectual Property and Security Law: Protecting Your Bank’s Name, and Preventing Liability for Privacy Violations.

Andrew Clarkowski is a partner with the Axley Brynelson law firm focusing on banking and commercial litigation with a specialty in handling loans involving fraud. Atty. Clarkowski is a past President of the Federal Western District of Wisconsin Bar Association. Prior to joining the firm, Atty. Clarkowski served as a law clerk to the Chief Justice of the Wisconsin Supreme Court.

Clarke Sugar - Clarke Sugar is a senior associate with the Axley Brynelson law firm. Atty. Sugar focuses his practice upon commercial lending, real estate transactions, and creditors’ rights.

Commercial Lending Update:

a. Building a Good Construction Loan Agreement, b. Oops, I Didn’t Know a Ground Lease Means I Need That!

Richard (Rick) Petershack is a partner with the Axley Brynelson law firm specializing in real estate lending and financing transactions. He has been named a Super Lawyer in the field of banking law and named a top real estate attorney in The Best Lawyers in America. Laura Peck is a partner with the Axley Brynelson law firm specializing in commercial lending and real estate transactions. Prior to joining Axley, she served as in-house counsel for several mid and large sized financial institutions.

Recurring Issues in Chapter 11 and 12 Bankruptcies

David Pelletier is a partner with the Axley Brynelson law firm with a specialty in bankruptcy and foreclosure law. He has been recognized as a Rising Star in bankruptcy and creditor/debtor rights law by Wisconsin Super Lawyers and Rising Stars Magazine.

Patricia (Patti) Gibeault is a partner with the Axley Brynelson law firm focusing on insolvency law and specializing in bankruptcies, workouts, receiverships, and foreclosures. She has been recognized as one of the top 25 Women Super Lawyers in Wisconsin and is regularly listed in The Best Lawyers in America.

Wisconsin Consumer Act Update

Kevin Trost is a partner with the Axley Brynelson law firm focusing on claims made against banks, the replevin and sale of secured collateral, and foreclosures. He is on the Board of Directors for the Wisconsin Collectors Association.

Latest Developments under RESPA and TILA

David Pelletier is a partner with the Axley Brynelson law firm with a specialty in bankruptcy and foreclosure law. He has been recognized as a Rising Star in bankruptcy and creditor/debtor rights law by Wisconsin Super Lawyers and Rising Stars Magazine.

Kevin Trost is a partner with the Axley Brynelson law firm focusing on claims made against banks, the replevin and sale of secured collateral, and foreclosures. He is on the Board of Directors for the Wisconsin Collectors Association.

Cost

Members: Non-Members: Location:

Crowne Plaza 4402 E. Washington Ave Madison, WI (608) 244-4703 Date & Times – July 29, 2014

8:30 a.m. – Registration & Continental Breakfast 9:00 a.m. – Program Begins Noon – Lunch sponsored by Axely Brynelson Register:

On-Line: www.communitybankers.org Fax: 608-833-8114

Bank Name Address City/St/Zip Phone First Registrant Email Address 2nd Registrant

Mail:

Community Bankers of Wisconsin 455 S. Junction Road, Suite 101 Madison, WI 53719 Questions –

REGISTRATION

$55 $75

Call 608-833-2384

Email Address 3rd Registrant Email Address

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