March 25, 2020

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

The Hudson Cook attorneys and staff are thinking of our clients, colleagues, friends and their families during this uncertain time as COVID-19 evolves and demands attention. 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.

Bank Regulatory Compliance in the Shadow of COVID-19
Presenters: Tom Quinn & Ryan Stinneford
March 27 from 2:00 - 3:00 pm ET

Payment Accommodations and Modifications During a Crisis (Auto & Installment Lending): A Two-Part Series on Legal Considerations for Navigating COVID-19
Presenters: Patty Covington, Robert Gage & Anastasia Caton
March 31 from 2:00 - 2:45 pm ET (Part I)
April 7 from 2:00 - 2:45 pm ET (Part II)

Fintech Innovation Opportunities in the COVID-19 Era
Presenter: Catherine M. Brennan
April 3 from 2:00 - 2:30 pm ET

For more information and to register, please visit our webinar event page.

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 to request a certificate of attendance. Your state Bar may not accept self-submissions or may limit the number of hours allowed.

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