WASHINGTON, DC (July 29) – Kilpatrick Stockton announced today that attorneys on the firm’s leading Financial Institutions Team, recently presented a series of webinars on “Entering the New Era of Financial Regulation: A Community Bank and Thrift Perspective.” In response to the Dodd-Frank Act financial reform legislation, Kilpatrick Stockton attorneys Joe Daly, Chris Gattuso, Aaron Kaslow, Michael Mancusi, Paul Pilecki and James Stevens discussed how institutions will fare under the new regulatory regime – especially how the legislation will significantly change the regulatory environment for America’s community financial institutions. The attorneys provided clients, in-house counsel, and banking professionals from around the country – including the members of the Maryland Bankers Association and New Jersey Bankers Association -- a roadmap for implementation of the new law and its impact. For more information about the Kilpatrick Stockton Financial Institutions Team, please visit: http://www.kilpatrickstockton.com/en/What%20We%20Do/Industries/BankingCreditUnions.aspx
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