NAFCU March 15 Webcast To Tackle Powers Of Attorney, Subpoenas

WASHINGTON – Credit unions will learn about high risks and potential liabilities with regard to powers of attorney and subpoenas in the National Association of Federal Credit Unions (NAFCU) March 15 webcast, which will broadcast live from the NAFCU headquarters in Arlington, Va. from 2:00-3:30 p.m. EST and be available on-demand for one year following the broadcast.

The deadline for early registration savings is March 8. NAFCU members and nonmembers can call 800-344-5580 or visit to register.

“This session offers credit unions critical knowledge on how to best work with powers of attorney,” said NAFCU President and CEO Fred Becker, Jr.

Webcast speaker Andy Keeney, partner at Kaufman & Canoles, is a nationally recognized credit union attorney who serves as general counsel for numerous credit unions, and is an approved and preferred special counsel for several credit union insurance companies. He will provide credit unions with:

  • a checklist credit unions can use to reduce liability;
  • real-life examples of mistakes made by credit unions;
  • and simple pointers for dealing with complex lawsuits.

This webcast is part of the March Compliance Madness Webcast Series, which offers reduced pricing for packages of either two or three NAFCU webcasts on compliance-related topics in March. For more information, visit Registrants also have the option to purchase the webcasts on CD for an additional fee.

NAFCU is the only national organization that focuses exclusively on federal issues affecting credit unions, representing its members before the federal government and the public.

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