Strategies for Addressing Account Litigation in Texas


Parties bring financial institutions into account disputes in many ways, and the legal standards and rules for determining these disputes arise from a plethora of sources.  Texas common law, the Texas Estates Code (formerly the Texas Probate Code), the Texas Business and Commerce Code, federal statutes and other sources may all apply to frame the legal issues involved in an account dispute.  This recorded webinar discusses these issues and also covers:

  • Liability for a financial institution’s role as trustee of a trust account
  • Liability for fraudulent activity
  • Liability for improperly creating an account
  • Disputes regarding the ownership of funds in an account
  • Best practice tips regarding setting up and managing accounts

Target Audience: In-house counsel and other key decision-making litigation contacts at banks and financial institutions

Click here to play the webinar.

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