Banking Webinar: How to Protect Against the Aftermath of the Paycheck Protection Program and Economic Downturn

Banks will face challenges in the coming months due to the defaults and fraud from the Paycheck Protection Program and economic downturn. Join us for a free webinar discussing how banks can protect themselves in this new environment. Topics will include:

  • Assisting commercial banking clients who are going through restructuring and/or bankruptcy;
  • Protecting bank loans in a tough economy;
  • Fraud issues related to Paycheck Protection Program applications and use;
  • Trends and mechanisms of fraud in an uncertain business climate; and
  • Lessons from the past.
Date and Time
Friday, May 15, 2020
10am (EST)

This is an online event.

There is no cost to participate in this webinar.

Register for this event!

Tim DeLaney is a partner with Bose McKinney & Evans and is a member of the White-Collar Crime and Litigation Groups. Tim focuses his practice on white-collar criminal defense, compliance and internal investigations, as well as complex litigation. Prior to joining Bose McKinney & Evans, Tim worked as a grand jury deputy prosecutor in the Marion County Prosecutor’s Office in Indianapolis. While serving as a prosecuting attorney in the white-collar unit, Tim was responsible for managing investigation and prosecution of complex white-collar criminal matters, including public corruption, insurance and healthcare fraud, opioid over-prescribing, securities fraud, embezzlement and other scams. In that role, he coordinated teams of investigators among multiple agencies and jurisdictions to detect, track and prosecute commercial frauds from initial referral to sentencing.

David Jurkiewicz is a partner in the Bankruptcy and Creditors’ Rights Group. David assists both borrower and creditor clients in connection with various collection, foreclosure, bankruptcy and appellate proceedings. David’s practice is concentrated on representing banks, credit unions and lending institutions in complex litigation, loan restructuring and real estate issues. He also represents businesses in investigations of employee theft and embezzlement, including advising on restitution and required reports. Prior to joining Bose McKinney & Evans, David was an associate with another law firm for six years, and before that he spent three years as counsel to the Office of the Chapter 13 Trustee, Indianapolis Division.

Contact With Questions
Kelley Terrill
Bose McKinney & Evans