Tech Tune-Up: Solutions for High Performance Trust Accounting
Approved for 1.0 hour of General CLE Credit including 1.0 hour of Ethics and 1.0 hour of Technology.
If your trust accounting procedures are in need of a technology tune-up, this super-charged webinar will get you back on the road to compliance. Janelle A. Weber, founder of Manta Law, and Gavin Musynske, Head of Sales at Nota by M&T Bank, discuss solutions for making trust accounting compliance faster, smoother, and more seamless. They’ll detail ways in which legal-focused applications can make record keeping and reconciliation as fast as a pitstop but as stress-free as a Sunday drive.
Janelle A. Weber is the founding attorney of Manta Law, a Tampa boutique firm focusing on appeals, contracts, and commercial and consumer finance litigation. She opened her own firm in 2019 after more than a decade at one of Florida’s oldest and largest law firms. She is a member of the Florida Bar’s Committee on Technology and the Consumer Protection Law Committee.
Gavin Musynske is the Head of Sales at Nota by M&T Bank. He has over a decade of experience in the financial services industry, ranging from banking operations to commercial lending. Gavin has worked with hundreds of companies ranging from start-ups to established entities with $20+ million in annual revenues. Today, he works exclusively with solo and small firm lawyers who are looking for a better way to bank. Gavin can be reached at email@example.com.
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