Attend the Overdraft Litigation Webinar and learn how to protect your credit union
Friday, April 5, 2019 7:50 AM

There is a new wave of litigation over credit union overdraft and non-sufficient funds (NSF) practices and fees. As payment systems have gotten more complex, so has the litigation. Every credit union needs to protect itself, and the Overdraft Litigation Webinar on April 18, from 10 to 11:30 a.m. (CST) will help your credit union do just that. This presentation will include:

  • An explanation of claims in the latest wave of litigation.
  • Key steps to assess and limit risk of overdraft litigation.
  • How operational and data processing practices impact litigation risk – and what you can do about them.
  • How to reduce the gap between disclosures and action.
  • Best (and worst) practices in handling NSFs.
  • What good disclosures can (and can’t) do for you.

Hosted by the Compliance Council, the webinar will provide actionable information that will allow attendees to help their credit unions manage and mitigate overdraft/NSF litigation risk. Register today and educate other credit union staff and volunteers on the pertinent issues.


  • Compliance Council Members: $25
  • Non-Compliance Council Members: $50
    (includes 2019 Compliance Council Membership)

Presenter - Hal Scoggins

Hal ScogginsSince 1991, Hal Scoggins has been representing credit unions, banks, and other financial service providers on state and federal regulatory compliance matters, contract negotiation and dispute resolution, bankruptcy and collection, and other issues related to structuring and delivering financial services to consumers and businesses. His in-depth industry knowledge and practical legal advice help financial service providers meet the challenges of today's changing regulatory environment.

Scoggins also has a special expertise in payment systems issues, helping clients navigate Uniform Commercial Code Articles 3, 4, and 4A, the NACHA rules, and various Federal Reserve rules and circulars.

For questions about this webinar or the council program, contact Cristina Martinez at or 800-442-5762 ext. 6403.