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Chicago Bar Association Committee Meeting

Apr 10, 2019 12:15PM - 1:30PM CDT
Financial Institutions Committee
Chair: John R. Mussman
 
Meeting Date and Time:
Wednesday, April 10, 2019
12:15 p.m. to 1:30 p.m.
 
Topics: A SPRING SMORGASBORD
  • The Bank Holding Company Act: What constitutes “control”?
  • Federal Reserve Applications – How to Make the Process Go More Smoothly.
  • Bank Anti-tying Restrictions
  • The U.S. Supreme Court Credit Card Anti-trust decision in Ohio v American Express Co.
Speakers: 
  • Angela E. Wu, Vice President and Associate General Counsel
    • Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago
  • Hannah Cummings, Senior Counsel
    • Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago
  • John R. Mussman, Partner, Rimon Law
IL MCLE Credit:
1 hour
Webcast Available:
No
 
Location:
CBA Headquarters, 321 South Plymouth Court. 312-554-2000
See display monitor in lobby for meeting room location

*Please note the following regarding committee meetings:

IL MCLE Credit:  Illinois MCLE credit, if applicable, will be awarded based on actual length of MCLE presentation.  Enter your CBA membership number (not your ARDC number) on the keypad.  If your member number begins with a 0 do not enter the 0.  Press Submit.  If you do not know your membership number call 312-554-2130.


About the speaker
John Mussman is a partner in the Rimon, PC law firm. John is a leading banking and financial services lawyer. He represents banks, mortgage lenders, and other financial services providers, focusing on banking and commercial and consumer credit law. He also represents bank affiliates and non-bank players in the commercial and consumer credit space. His work includes managing regulatory projects for banks, mortgage companies, finance companies and credit card banks, assisting in the development of electronic banking and other financial products, and representing domestic and foreign financial institutions in complying with federal and state regulatory and licensing requirements. He also drafts and negotiates credit card and merchant agreements with banks and card companies for hotels and other nonbank clients. Read more about John Mussman.