Issues : Legal
Should Banks Settle Lawsuits?
Bank attorneys weigh in on whether settling shareholder lawsuits is a good idea, or whether it just encourages more lawsuits.
Janet Yellen Will Mean Low Interest Rates, Stability in Fed Policy
A panel of bank attorneys describes what Janet Yellen will do for banking.
What is the Worst Aspect of Dodd-Frank?
A panel of attorneys debates what aspect of the Dodd-Frank Act should be changed.
What to Ask About Your D&O Policy
Bank Director’s panel of legal experts helps you figure out if the insurance policy that protects directors and officers from lawsuits is adequate.
Is Basel III Good for Banking?
Bank Director’s panel of legal experts addresses the question of whether Basel III is good for us.
How Much is Too Much?
A panel of legal experts discusses board meeting minutes and whether meetings should ever be recorded.
What Skills and Expertise Will Banks Need in the Next Five Years?
A group of legal experts addresses the industry’s need for new talent and new expertise in the future.
Cyber Attacks: The Three Most Important Steps a Board Can Take
Legal experts discuss how to protect your bank from Internet security threats.
Waiting for Volcker
The Volcker Rule still is not in effect. What is holding it up?
You Just Got an Unsolicited Offer: Now What?
We asked attorneys what the proper protocol is when you get an unsolicited offer.