Practice Areas

Credit Union and Banking Law

The credit union and banking law attorneys at Bailey & Dixon have substantial experience involving federal and state law governing consumer banking transactions, including in particular deposit-side services.  Whether offering interpretation and guidance on the intertwining and growing maze of federal regulations and state statutes affecting financial institution operations—including Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act, Federal Credit Union Act, Right to Financial Privacy Act, North Carolina Financial Privacy Act, Uniform Fiduciaries Act, North Carolina Powers of Attorney Law, Uniform Commercial Code, Fair Credit Reporting Act, Freedom of Information Act, Truth in Lending Act, Truth in Savings Act, Electronic Funds Transfer Act, Bank Secrecy Act, and Garn-St. Germain Depository Institutions Act—or providing advice regarding customer disputes, the attorneys in this group render responsive advice mindful of the client’s need to make timely decisions.  Aided by the firm’s seasoned litigation practice, the credit union and banking law section attorneys also bring their experience to bear in resolving litigation ranging from subpoena compliance, adverse claims and check fraud claims to class actions.


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