Issues : Liability

article | December 24th, 2020

Why Record Deposit Growth Should Spur Funding Rebalancing

Banks have yet to capitalize on the funding windfall and the opportunity it creates to enhance their return profiles.

By: Jake Civiello
article | November 19th, 2020

Customer Loyalty and the Competition for Stable Funding

In this low-rate environment, banks must find ways to create value for their customers outside of pricing.

By: Paul Knodel
article | June 16th, 2020

Did the PPP Create Class Action Liability for Banks?

Banks should pay close attention to a stream of class action lawsuits following the rollout of the Paycheck Protection Program.

By: Richik Sarkar
article | September 17th, 2019

An Ounce of Prevention with Working from Home ADA Accommodations

Banks need to prepare for potential work-from-home requests from employees who seek ADA accommodation.

By: Michael Dailey, Raymond Harrell, Jr., Ashley Pack
article | December 29th, 2017

Community Banks Released From ADA Liability

Banks can adopt these guidelines to help protect themselves against lawsuits around digital accessibility.

By: Bob Monroe
article | November 8th, 2017

Building an Effective Bank Liability Insurance Program

Consider these tips for creating a liability insurance program that protects the bank.

By: Brian Mukherjee, Ai Tajima
article | December 26th, 2016

Could Your Insurance Cover the Latest Disability Claims?

Banks are getting hit with claims that their web sites are out of compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act. Are you covered?

By: Dennis Gustafson
article | December 19th, 2016

Disability Claims Against Bank Websites: Is Your Bank Prepared?

How to respond to legal challenges under the Americans with Disabilities Act.

By: Susan Zaunbrecher, Richard Berman, Christian Gonzalez, Faith Whittaker
article | April 6th, 2016

Could Your 401(k) Plan Come Back to Bite You?

Dory Wiley, the president and CEO of Commerce Street Holdings, writes about protecting your bank in an age of 401(k) lawsuits.

By: Dory A. Wiley
article | March 2nd, 2016

Captive Insurance Subsidiaries Proliferate Among Bank Holding Companies

Banks and other companies are rapidly creating captive insurance companies because of changes in the marketplace and federal and state laws.

By: Jonathan Wegner