Banking


Heller Published in The Banking Law Journal
March 17, 2022 | Banking

Michael Heller published the article, “Federal Trade Commission Expands Data Security Safeguards Requirements” in The Banking Law Journal.

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Heller Published in The Banking Law Journal
October 21, 2021 | Banking

Michael Heller published the article, “New Private Flood Insurance Guidance on Horizon for Banks” in The Banking Law Journal.

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Heller Published in The Banking Law Journal
May 25, 2021 | Banking

Michael Heller published the article, “Banks May Face New Computer-Security Incident Notification Requirements” in The Banking Law Journal.

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Heller Published in Pratt’s Banking Law Journal
December 3, 2020 | Banking

Michael Heller’s article, “Banks Have Much at Risk in Battle Over Powers of Attorney in New York” was published in Pratt’s Banking Law Journal.

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Heller Publishes Article in The Banking Law Journal
August 27, 2020 | Banking

Michael Heller published the article, “Electronic Closings: Key Issues for Banks” in The Banking Law Journal.

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Certain College Refunds Must Be Handled with Care
April 28, 2020 | Wendy Hoey Sheinberg | Banking

Colleges and universities across the country have closed in response to the COVID-19 crisis. Some have announced that they will provide pro-rated refunds for certain expenses.

If your college-age child received a refund for tuition or other education payments made through a 529 College Savings Plan (“529 Plan”), you will need to pay special attention

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Nonprofits Eligible for CARES Act Assistance
April 9, 2020 | Richard A. Frankel | Banking

Although small businesses have been the focus of coronavirus-related financial assistance, nonprofits have been similarly struggling. They, too, must cover payroll expenses, rent and financing obligations. Rightly, the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act signed into law by President Trump on March 27, 2020, also applies to them.

The following describes the benefits

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NYS Offers Forbearance to Borrowers, NYC Allows Penalty Waivers
March 25, 2020 | William Cornachio | Richard A. Frankel | Stuart I. Gordon | Michael J. Heller | Matthew V. Spero | Banking

On March 21, 2020, Governor Cuomo issued Executive Order 202.9, which is in effect through April 20, 2020. The order provides financial relief to consumers and businesses with outstanding bank loans.

The order modifies subdivision two of Section 29 of the Banking Law to provide that it is an “unsafe and unsound” business practice if

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SBA Makes Disaster Loans Available to Small Businesses
March 20, 2020 | Michael J. Heller | Sean N. Simensky | Corporate | Banking

As the coronavirus pandemic continues to cause disruptions to businesses, the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) has announced its Coronavirus (COVID-19) Disaster Relief Lending program, which will offer certain small businesses and nonprofits affected by COVID-19 access to the SBA’s Economic Injury Disaster Loans.

As of today, small business owners in New York State are

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Court Rejects “Certainty of Hopelessness” Standard for Discharging Student Debt
January 8, 2020 | Stuart I. Gordon | Matthew V. Spero | Bankruptcy | Banking

Hon. Cecelia G. Morris, Chief Judge of United States Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York, put down a momentous decision on January 7, 2020, granting summary judgment in favor of a debtor in an adversary proceeding seeking to have $221,385.49 in student loan debt declared dischargeable in bankruptcy. See, Rosenberg v. N.Y.

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