This is a bootcamp. Arrive ready to identify and address issues arising when production personnel join or leave your company with customer information, loans, or other proprietary data.
Troy Garris will lead attendees through the various risks and protections applicable under Federal and state law in these scenarios, including how to protect the company when soliciting, onboarding and offboarding loan originators. Applicable laws discussed will include the Texas Uniform Trade Secrets Act, and the Federal Defend Trade Secrets Act of 2016. Go home with practical ideas ready to put them into effect.
Who should attend? Principals, senior management, in-house counsel, talent acquisition, and compliance officers.
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November 6, 2017 | 1:30 - 3:00 pm
Marriott Legacy Town Center | 7121 Bishop Rd, Plano, TX 75024
Reservations: (972) 473-6444
Partner at Weiner Brodsky Kider PC, focuses on regulatory compliance and transactional work. In regulatory compliance, Troy represents mortgage originators, servicers, and related companies in all areas of mortgage lending including: conducting CFPB mock audits; Advising on federal and state law, including Dodd-Frank, RESPA, TILA, E-Sign, FCRA, CAN-SPAM, Fair Lending, privacy and similar laws; developing compliance policies and procedures, and compliance management systems; counseling on the requirements of FHA, VA, Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac and private investors; and representing companies in proceedings before regulatory agencies, including HUD, FHA, federal and state banking examiners, and insurance commissions.
The MED Talk theme is breaking the mold for the typical seminar agenda, eliminating the long keynote speeches from singular speakers in favor of a more contemporary format using a TED Talk inspired structure. We are creating additional sessions aimed at increasing attendance from a more diverse group of attendees, including technology, operational, and compliance decision-makers.
You MUST REGISTER SEPARATELY for the annual Seminar.