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21
September
2012

Thank you Community Bankers of Michigan!

Extern David Williams at the Community Bankers of Michigan September ConventionHundreds of Michigan’s leading community bankers converged on Traverse City, Michigan this September for the 2012 Community Bankers of Michigan Convention and Trade Show. The bankers, bank service providers, and exhibitors were able to enjoy scenic Traverse City, Michigan and the beautiful Grand Traverse Resort and all of its amenities. The Gallagher Law Firm, PLC attended the convention along with many of our valued client banks. The convention included networking events, seminars, discussions, and recreation (e.g. golf, trap shooting, winery tours, and more). The seminars and discussions covered topics such as:
  • Risk Management in the Dodd-Frank Era—What Directors Must Know,
  • Risk Management and the Investment Portfolio,
  • Regulatory Interagency Symposium,
  • IT Trends and Business Applications for Community Bankers
  • And More.
The Gallagher Law Firm is committed to providing quality and cost effective service to Michigan’s community bankers. For any of your banking law needs please contact Pat Gallagher.
To see more pictures for the event, visit the CBM's facebook page.

Author; David J. Williams Categories: Banking/Credit Unions

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David J. Williams

David J. Williams

David began serving as a Law Clerk at the Gallagher Law Firm while in his last term at the Thomas M. Cooley Law School in Lansing, Michigan and continues as he awaits the results of his bar exam.  Prior to attending law school, David served as the Communications Director for a large mid-Michigan non-profit organization.  David has excelled in law school, earning a position in the top ten percent of his class.  He has actively participated in Moot Court, Law Review, and other student organizations.  He has received numerous awards and honors including several Certificates of Merit (i.e. Book Awards) and being named to the Dean’s list and Honor Roll every term.

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