Higbee & Associates attorney Natasha Buchanan was extensively quoted in USA Today article about bank employees being fired for decades old misdemeanor offenses. The article focused on the case of a 68-year-old Wells Fargo employee who was fired because he pled guilty to putting a cardboard slug in a washing machine in 1963— it was his first and only offense.
Ms. Buchanan is an expert on FDIC regulation as it pertains to employee eligibility under Section 19 of FDIC regulations. She has helped several people successfully appeal their disqualification for employment so that they could return to their career in the banking and finance industry.
The article can be read at http://www.usatoday.com/news/nation/story/2012-08-26/banks-fire-low-level-workers/57334450/1