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Community banking and the “Green Rush” 

Why banks resist the urge to service marijuana-related businesses
Dec, 2015 Categories: Legalized Marijuana SafeTalk Spotlight

The opening up of the market for recreational and medical marijuana is so lucrative that it has been dubbed the “Green Rush.” Marijuana-related businesses in these states, like most businesses, need to receive suitable banking services; however, banks are generally unwilling to establish and fulfill these banking relationships.

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BakerHostetler selected to provide security incident response and preparedness services as part of cyber insurance program for banks 

Cyber Coverage Offered As Banking Industry Is Subjected to Greater Scrutiny

ABA Insurance Services has selected BakerHostetler's award winning Privacy and Data Protection team to be the premier legal services provider as part of our new Cyber Insurance program for banks.

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What is “Negligent Entrustment” and what does it mean for your bank? 

by Dirk Hanket, P&C Product Manager

The number of negligent entrustment suits and verdicts is increasing, with large settlements being common and judgments often including punitive damages. The costs of developing and implementing a safety and risk program are minimal compared to the emotional and financial costs of negligent entrustment.

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Transgender in the workplace 

Given the EEOCs heighten focus on transgender issues and the increase in administrative claims, an influx of private lawsuits is sure to follow. It is important to have an anti-discrimination/harassment policy that includes gender identity and sexual orientation in conjunction with an EPL policy to mitigate exposure in a claim.

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A Dyre Situation: Malware Targets Corporate Banking Accounts 

First discovered in June 2014, “Dyre” malware has quickly become one of the most prominent banking Trojans targeting corporate customers’ bank accounts today. A system infected with the Dyre malware, which is delivered and downloaded through phishing/spam campaigns, will attempt to harvest customers’ information and online banking credentials to conduct unauthorized transfers.

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