Category Archives: Banking Law

The Banking Industry Faces Tough Regulatory Issues Through Dodd-Frank

In recent years, the regulatory landscape for the banking and lending industries changed dramatically. These industries often rely on law firms to help them deal with regulatory issues. Congress passed the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act in 2010 in response to a need for financial reform as evidenced by the 2007 to …Read More »

Our New Jersey Banking Law Attorney Explains Fraudulent Transfers

People can be tricky when their assets are at risk. An experienced New Jersey banking law attorney knows how to seek out those fraudulent transfers and conveyances. What Is a Fraudulent Transfer or Conveyance? Fraudulent transfer or conveyance is the transferring of money or property to another person or company in an attempt to avoid debt …Read More »

What Is the Midnight Deadline in Banking Law and Its Relevance in Disputes?

The bank’s timing for paying funds for a check or for returning a bounced check can sometimes be disputed. Banks must operate in a timely manner under the law, and failing to meet deadlines can cause considerable problems for consumers. The Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) designates the cutoff time for banks as midnight the banking …Read More »