The Quest to Go Paperless

The following is an article reprinted with permission from the Winter 2008 edition of The WWR Letter:  The Quest to Go Paperless By: Rob Rutkowski, Esquire Attorneys, like credit unions, generate a great deal of paper. Eliminating some of that paper would be very positive for both the lawyer and the credit union manager. To this end,…

Criminal Forfeiture of Vehicles

The following is an article reprinted with permission from the Winter 2008 edition of The WWR Letter:  Criminal Forfeiture of Vehicles By: Matt Young, Esquire Under Ohio law, and in most states, vehicle owners may subject their vehicle to forfeiture upon conviction of certain felony offenses. These offenses most commonly include repeatedly operating the vehicle while impaired…

eBay Sales of Repossessed Cars

The following is an article reprinted with permission from the Winter 2008 edition of The WWR Letter:  eBay Sales of Repossessed Cars By: Jennifer Monty, Esquire “Welcome to eBay—the next frontier in the sale of reposed cars?” Or, “Welcome to eBay, evidence of a sale being unreasonable?” With its rainbow colored headlines, attractive pictures, and ease of…

Current Issues in Credit Unions Episode 23

This month, on CIiCU, Katherine Weber sits in for Guy Messick! Brian and Rob host as well and Palmer Williams joins as a guest host. Here are our topics: –Identity theft: new developments –FACTA from the CUSO Perspective  (7:30) –Brian’s heads up:  Pitfalls with HSAs (14:10) –New proposed rule on the Family and Medical Leave…