Arbitration Clauses: Information Credit Unions Need to Know

Many credit unions look to arbitration to help minimize legal risks, especially as it relates to class action lawsuits. Is the right approach for your credit union?

Learn more about the advantages and disadvantages of this dispute resolution technique and the pros and cons of arbitration during this free webinar.

Our speakers are experts in everything related to arbitration and dispute resolution techniques.


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Tom Fritzlen, Jr., is a partner in Armstrong Teasdale’s Financial and Real Estate Services practice group. He represents some of the largest financial institutions in the country and has substantial experience in general civil and complex litigation involving commercial transactions, banking, creditors' rights, real estate and construction.

He has taken and defended hundreds of depositions, acted as lead trial counsel in numerous bench and jury trials in state and federal courts, successfully resolved numerous matters through mediation, and has won arbitration awards in construction and creditors’ rights matters.

Tom’s practice is founded on preparation and communication, and his incredibly strong skills in these areas lend to his success in developing creative solutions for his clients. A dedicated problem-solver, Tom employs a proactive approach in counseling his clients and ensures integrity in every interaction. 

Beverly Weber is a partner in Armstrong Teasdale’s Financial and Real Estate Services practice group with nearly 20 years of experience. A tenacious litigation attorney, she is committed to the success of her clients and handles contentious matters, primarily in Missouri, Kansas and Illinois, at both the trial and appellate levels in state and federal court.

Her matters often involve banking, real estate, consumer lending, creditors’ rights, insurance defense, probate litigation and business law. Further, Bev has extensive experience handling commercial loan transactions from origination through default and into litigation.

Bev has built her reputation speaking locally and nationally to industry members and clients, and for continuing legal education credit, in the areas of secured transactions, litigation trends, bankruptcy, creditors’ rights, financial compliance and real estate titling.

3/9/2021 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Central Standard Time

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