Erin Illman

Erin IllmanErin J. Illman is an attorney in the Charlotte office of Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP. Ms. Illman has a diversified practice representing corporate entities and financial institution clients in a wide variety of regulatory compliance, data privacy, litigation and contract matters. She helps companies to navigate compliance and litigation risks, as well as the related business concerns that arise from enforcement and regulatory issues; compliance with state and federal banking and consumer protection laws; government investigations; bankruptcy and insolvency matters; customer complaints; contract disputes; and commercial litigation.

Ms. Illman also has a strong understanding of the operational aspects of commercial lending and broad experience in complex loan transactions. She represents clients in secured transactions, UCC and commercial contract-related disputes, as well as unsecured and secured creditors in bankruptcy and adversary proceedings. She further advises clients on privacy and information security compliance issues, regulatory compliance disputes, defense of enforcement actions, real property controversies, and internal risk assessment. Ms. Illman can be reached at and (704) 338-6000.

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Under recently issued rules, financial institutions have less than two years to implement a new customer due diligence procedure requiring the collection and verification of information on beneficial owners of customers that are legal entities. Here are some practical steps financial institutions can begin to take to ensure compliance with the CDD Rule.

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