Surviving a Subpoena for Depositor’s Account Records

July 30, 2024 | 10:00 am to 11:00 am
Free Webinar

Event Information

This webinar will cover what to do when a credit union receives a subpoena for depositor records, including:

  • How to determine if the subpoena is valid
    • Does the credit union do business in the issuing state?
    • What does it mean to “do business”?
  • How to determine if the subpoena requires performance by the credit union.
  • What has to be done if the subpoena is validly issued and performance is required?
  • What notice, if any, is required to the account holder?
  • Does the account holder have to give permission to produce the records?
  • Does someone have to appear in court to deliver the records?
  • What representation must be made by the person who searched the records?

There will also be time for Q&A.  If you have a question you would like to submit in advance of the webinar, please email

This webinar will be presented by Kathryn Lease Simpson, Esquire. Kathryn is a managing partner at Mette.  Kathryn’s practice areas include employment law (litigation and transactional), civil litigation, and professional licensure.  Kathryn earned her B.S. from the Pennsylvania State University;  M.B.A from the University of Pittsburgh, and J.D. from the University of Pittsburgh.