In This Issue:
- Interview with a Community Banking Advocate
- Lenders Versus Mechanics' Liens in West Virginia: A Question of Priorities
- Bankruptcy Reaffirmation Agreements
- EXECUTIVE RESOURCE: Symposium on West Virginia Community Banking
- Excerpt from Interview with a Community Banking Advocate: CongresswomanShelley Moore Capito: U.S. House of Representatives Chair, House Subcommittee on Financial Institutions and Consumer Credit -
On August 30, 2013, Spilman's own Amy King Condaras had the pleasure of interviewing West Virginia Congress woman Shelley Moore Capito. Congresswoman Capito serves on the House Financial Services Committee and is the Chairman of the Subcommittee on Financial Institutions and Consumer Credit. She also serves on the House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure. Congresswoman Capito will be the keynote speaker at Spilman's Symposium on Community Banking on October 21. Ms. Condaras and Congresswoman Capito had an extensive conversation about the current state (and the future) of community banking.
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