Clark Hill Attorney Nola Rooney Bencze to Present at NACHA PAYMENTS Conference
Clark Hill attorney Nola Rooney Bencze will be presenting at the NACHA PAYMENTS 2016 Conference in Phoenix, Arizona on April 19, 2016. Her co-presenters for "Keeping the Fox Out of the Hen House: Best Practices to Identify & Prevent Insider Fraud" are Richard M. Berman, Esq. of Dinsmore & Shohl and Paula Epstein, Vice President at TD Bank.
NACHA is the electronics payment association. PAYMENTS 2016 unites thousands of payments system stakeholders from business end-user and financial and technology services organizations to debate and explore the more pressing issues and opportunities today. Additional information on the conference can be found here.
Nola Rooney Bencze is Senior Counsel in Clark Hill's Banking & Finance Practice Group in the Princeton, New Jersey office. She focuses her practice on banking, complex bankruptcy and workout, commercial, banking and lender liability litigation within a broad range of legal specialties. Throughout her 30 years of legal practice, Nola has acted as counsel in a variety of transactional matters and has conducted trials both before a jury and judge. Nola has also developed a specialty in payment law and the development and documentation of a wide variety of service products, including cash management and treasury products, transaction and date processing service products and has created entire suites of products for bank lines of business. She has expertise in the area of the Automatic Clearing House Rules and Article 4A of the Uniform Commercial Code and has obtained positive outcomes in advising clients on these issues and representing them in litigation.
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