Legal Briefs

Your weekly update on the regulatory landscape.

Legal Briefs

Your weekly update on the regulatory landscape.

Legal Briefs

Your weekly update on the regulatory landscape.

Legal Briefs

Your weekly update on the regulatory landscape.

Northwest Community, UFCW Northwest Announce Merger Plans

Northwest Community Credit Union and UFCW Northwest Federal Credit Union last week announced plans to join forces, continuing the recent trend of credit union mergers in Oregon and Washington.

Legal Briefs

Your weekly update on the regulatory landscape.

Catalyst Corporate CU Membership Soars

Catalyst Corporate Credit Union, set to acquire certain Western Bridge assets on July 1, has reached more than 1,190 capitalizing member credit unions.

FTC Announces Schedule for Reviewing Regulations and Rules Transfer to CFPB

The FTC issued a press release updating its 10-year review schedule, announcing that it would not review four rules previously scheduled for review in 2012. The release also clarified the rules whose authority would be transferred to the CFPB.

Legal Briefs

Your weekly update on the regulatory landscape.

Legal Briefs

The NWCUA’s weekly rundown on the regulatory landscape.

Legal Briefs

Your rundown on the regulatory landscape.

Oregon Legislative Update

This Oregon legislative update outlines the ongoing election process for state and federal representatives and covers recent committee appointments from around the state.

Legal Briefs

Your update on the regulatory landscape.

Changes on the Horizon in the Oregon House

This Oregon legislative update explains how the Oregon House of Representatives will look different after 2012, as several House members have announced their resignation or are running for a different office.

Washington Gov. Gregoire Won’t Run in 2012

Yesterday, Washington Gov. Christine Gregoire announced that she would not stand for a third term in 2012, leaving politicos to contemplate the future for both her and the office she will leave after eight years.

New Interchange Approach Announced by Senators

Senators Tester and Corker will attempt to attach their legislation to delay the debit interchange fee regulation to a bill to reauthorize the Economic Development Administration.

Sony Data Breach Wider than Originally Thought

Following news of another network breach, more than 100 million user accounts are now thought to have been compromised. Sony is also considering covering the cost of reissuing compromised cards.

Washingtonian Could be ‘Next Top Credit Union Executive’

One Washingtonian is among the six young finalists that have emerged from 41 applicants to vie for the inaugural title of the Next Top Credit Union Executive.