35th Annual LBA Bank Counsel Conference Held
(above) Attendees are pictured at the Thursday general session of the 35th annual LBA Bank Counsel Conference.
(above) LBA Chairman Gary Littlefield of Gulf Coast Bank and Trust addressed attendees at 35th Annual Bank Counsel Conference.
(above) John Whitehead, general counsel with Sabine State Bank, spoke on Records Retention.
(above, from left) LBA General Counsel David Boneno, LBA Chairman Gary Littlefield of Gulf Coast Bank and Trust and Patrick Willis with Baker Donelson visit at the cocktail reception.
(above, from left) Stacy Butler of Kizer, Hood and Morgan, David Cromwell of Pettiette, Armand, Dunkelman, Woodley, Byrd and Cromwell, Mike Dufilho of Taylor Porter and Don Morgan of Kizer, Hood and Morgan visit during the cocktail reception.
(above, from left) Mark Landry of Newman Mathis Brady and Spedale, Susan Talley of Stone Pigman and Bob Thibeaux of Carver Darden are pictured at the cocktail reception.
(above, from left) Paul Carrubba and Scott Jones, both with Adams and Reese, presented on UCC 3 and 4 Deposit Issues.
(above) Friday's lunch topic was "The Current Political Landscape Following Recent Elections" given by Randy Haynie of Haynie and Associates.
(above, far right) Craig Landrum of Jones Walker (far right) moderates the Regulator Panel Discussion. Serving as panelists are (remaining, from left) Mike Hill, superintendent of banking at Alabama Banking Department; Chris Finnegan, FDIC assistant regional director; Jonathan Finley, Louisiana Office of Financial Institutions chief examiner; Randy Ryskamp, Office of the Comptroller of the Currency regional counsel and Rhoshunda Kelly, deputy commissioner of Mississippi Department of Banking.
Pictured above (from left) are LBA General Counsel David Boneno, Ault Hootsell of Butler Snow and Joe Schwertz of Hancock Whitney Bank.
(above) David Boneno is pictured giving the Legislative Update presentation.
(above) David Cromwell of Pettiette, Armand, Dunkelman, Woodley, Byrd, Cromwell speaks on Secured Lending.
(above) Honorable Stephen Wheelis, U.S. Bankruptcy Court, Western District in Alexandria, gives a presentation on recent developments in Bankruptcy.
(above, from left) Chris Reigelman of Origin Bank, Jude Melville of b1BANK and Amanda Barnett of Red River Bank serve as panelists for the Community Banks Going Public Panel Discussion. Geoffrey Kay of Fenimore, Kay, Harrison and Ford moderated the discussion.
(above) State Representative Tanner Magee of Houma speaks at the Thursday lunch.
(above) Attendees are pictured at the Thursday lunch.
(above, from left) Susan Talley of Stone Pigman Walther Wittmann, James Slaton of Stone Pigman Walther Wittmann, Rep. Magee of Houma and LBA's David Boneno are pictured at the Thursday lunch. Stone Pigman Walther Wittmann sponsored the lunch.
Pictured above are Mark Landry, Newman Mathis Brady & Spedale and Michael Cafferky with Fannie Mae, speakers for the Electronic Documents, eMortgages and eNotes: Confection and Enforcement session. Standing at the podium introducing them is Raymond Landry with Mollere Flanagan & Landry.
Pictured above (from left) are Rob Carothers and Micah Fincher, both of Jones Walker, leading the breakout session, "Breached! Data Security for Banks: Helping Banks to Prepare for & Respond to Data Security Incidents".
Pictured above (from left) are Skip Philips and Mike Walsh, both of Taylor Porter, LLP, leading the Ethics presentation.