1. Business Law Basics and Lender Liability

Business Law Basics and Lender Liability

$99.00
Event ID: 2197095
Recording: Unable to attend? A recording will be available after the presentation.
Date: Recorded on Friday, March 13, 2020
Duration: Scheduled for 60 minutes including question and answer period.
Presenter: David Osburn, Managing Member of Osburn & Associates, LLC
Credits: Live webinar approved for 1.0 NASBA credit hours (Management Services)

Business Law Basics and Lender Liability

You confront business law challenges every day. For example:

  • Imagine a key customer needs funds from a deposit to be available immediately to make payroll. Do you authorize it or let her employees starve?
  • Another client is confronting litigation with a supplier and asks for your advice. Do you recommend going to court or pursuing arbitration or mediation options?
  • Finally, a borrower asks to obtain a second appraisal for a property whose initial appraisal fell short of the purchase price. Do you arrange this?

All these situations represent the challenging juxtaposition of business law and lender liability. As much as you want to help and maintain your valued clients, you may be liable for offering advice or bending the rules.

Learn the basics of business law and the judicial process to understand how the legal system can help or harm financial institutions. You need to know how to avoid a lawsuit due to lender liability by maintaining ethical behavior and conducting effective negotiations.

  • How do law and ethics differ? Why does it matter from a lender liability standpoint?
  • How should you conduct negotiations?
  • What are the judicial process and stages of litigation?
  • How does a borrower’s business structure affect legal requirements?
  • What are the nature and characteristics of contracts?
  • How should you handle problematic loan situations?
  • How hard can you push to collect debts?
  • What is the impact of tort reform on borrowers?
  • What are the recent industry trends relating to lender liability?

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