2017 Symposium

JBIPL’s 2017 Spring Symposium Hones in on a Moving Target – Banking Law: Current and Future Issues

By: Cara Van Dorn*| Staff Writer

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The Wake Forest Journal of Business and Intellectual Property Law (JBIPL) is excited to host its Spring 2017 Symposium, Banking Law: Current & Future Issues, on Friday, February 10, 2017.  The Symposium includes five panels of prominent attorneys and professors to share their experiences and expertise on some of the most pressing legal issues currently impacting the banking community.  The morning kicks off with panel discussions focusing on cutting edge topics, such as cyber security and the quickly-evolving “FinTech” (financial technology) industry.  The lunchtime panel centers on life as in-house counsel at nation-wide financial institutions.  The afternoon includes a panel on the regulatory issues faced by community banks and the Symposium concludes with a hot button subject: consumer protection in the financial industry.  The final panel is not to be missed, as the new administration and a conservative Congress begin their quest to dismantle the controversial Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and rollback key provisions of the Dodd-Frank Act. Continue reading »