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Former CUNA counsels launch new firm

first_img ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr Four high-profile credit union attorneys formed a new legal, advocacy and consulting firm based in Washington.The firm, CU Counsel PLLC, includes former CUNA Executive Vice President and General Counsel Eric Richard, former CUNA Deputy General Counsel and head of Regulatory Advocacy Mary Dunn and former NCUA Assistant General Counsel Steven Bisker as principals. Stephen Eisenberg, former executive vice president and general counsel for the $18.6 billion Pentagon FCU, serves as advisor to the firm, according to a release. continue reading »last_img

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Warriors suffer first NRL defeat

first_imgAfter starting the season with five straight wins, the Auckland-based side suffered their first defeat of the year as the visiting Brisbane Broncos rumbled to a 27-18 victory on Saturday night.The Warriors’ next opponents, at Mt Smart Stadium on Friday, are a Dragons outfit who maintained their 100 per cent start to season by dispatching Cronulla 40-20.”It shouldn’t be hard for us to respond after that,” Green said.”We probably got out-enthused on our own home ground, which is disappointing.”They’re on fire, the Dragons. We can’t toss that up next week otherwise we won’t get the result we’re looking for.”Green admitted the Warriors “weren’t at the races” against Brisbane.”We just probably lost the physical battle,” he said.”Right from the opening set, they rolled down the field. We just weren’t on.”Forwards Joe Ofahengaue, Matt Lodge and Josh McGuire set the platform for the Broncos, and winger Corey Oates was a constant threat out wide.Oates scored one the Broncos’ four tries, while former Junior Kiwi Jamayne Isaako on the other flank grabbed a double and also kicked five goals.Green, who scored one of the home side’s three tries, said the Warriors tried to pick up their intensity during the match.But the response came individually rather than as a team.However, Green also handed plenty of credit to the opposition.”The Broncos didn’t give us much. They didn’t make many mistakes,” he said.”I thought their forwards were very good. They hunted together as a pack and they had good line speed but there’s nothing we can’t fix.”last_img read more

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