Final interchange regulations under the Durbin Amendment of the Dodd Frank Act will go into effect October 1, changing the rules for interchange transaction fees.  The Bryan Cave Payments team will present a live webinar and Q&A session on Tuesday, August 2, 2011 from 2:00 to 3:00 pm EDT explaining what the new interchange and routing rules mean for the prepaid industry and how to comply.

The Durbin Amendment:

What Does the Final Ruling Mean for Prepaid?

You can register for free online. Attendees are encouraged to submit in advance and without attribution, any questions they would like addressed during the webinar.  Please enter your questions when you register.

The Webinar will be presented by Judie Rinearson (Bryan Cave – New York), Linda Odom (Bryan Cave – Washington, D.C.) and Courtney Stolz (Bryan Cave – Washington, D.C.).

CLE credit for this webinar will be available for attendees in California, Georgia, Illinois, New York and Virginia.

Judith Rinearson leads Bryan Cave’s Stored Value and Prepaid Card Services Group and is a recognized authority in the areas of payment systems, electronic payments, stored value, travelers checks and check processing. She has more than 19 years of experience in the financial services industry, particularly in the areas of non-bank money services and payment products. She currently chairs the Government Relations Working Group for the NBPCA and the Payment Card Fraud Task Force for the ABA’s Cyberspace Law Committee. She also serves as counsel to the recently established Retail Gift Card Association.

Linda Odom concentrates her practice in technology, contracts and intellectual property matters with significant experience in the area of new financial service products. She has assisted prepaid clients in developing and structuring complex card and mobile prepaid payment products and has negotiated agreements with program managers, processors, bank issuers and acquirers. Linda has been working in the technology-based financial services area since 1996 when she negotiated the agreements to form the technology platform for NetBank, the world’s second Internet-only bank.

Courtney Stolz concentrates her practice on banking, electronic commerce, and privacy. Her clients include internet banks, as well as other premier financial services providers that rely on Internet or other non-traditional delivery channels. She advises on the legal requirements imposed under the money transmitter licensing laws, check casher laws, the Bank Secrecy Act, the Anti-Money Laundering Act and laws related to gift cards, prepaid cards, bill payment services and other funds transfers.