Movement Dialogue with Ohio Supreme Court Justices

Published by: Emily Leite

July 22, 2020 | Education & Training, Government Affairs, Regulatory

Legal advocacy is increasingly important for credit unions due to the recent uptick in costly litigation throughout the Movement. To ensure Ohio’s top court hears the credit union perspective, the League recently coordinated a dialogue between credit union attorneys and Ohio Supreme Court Justices Judith French and Sharon Kennedy. Both Justices offered helpful insight on developing best practices to avoid liability and how to better petition the Court, helping credit unions assess how to better serve its members. You can watch the conversation on the League’s 2020 Townhall Series webpage.

If you or someone on your team would like to get more involved with our legal or regulatory initiatives, please contact Regulatory Counsel Chris Noble.

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