The 2-to-1 ruling was issued this morning.
See how human intervention impacted a recent court ruling on a TCPA complaint; your question answered on opening an account for someone without a Social Security number; plus this week’s legal briefs.
Citing unintended negative consequences, credit unions are engaging their regional and national advocacy system to work with regulators towards a solution.
FinCEN issues an administrative ruling on the application of regulations to currency transporters; notary training dates; question of the week and legal briefs.
A U.S. Court of Appeals overturned a lower-court ruling today that supported merchants’ arguments in the ongoing debate over the interchange fees financial institutions charge for accepting card-based transactions. The Fed’s cap on “swipe fees” is not too high, the court ruled.
The Federal Reserve Board will appeal a district court ruling striking down interchange fee caps.
An Oregon Supreme Court ruling opens the door for financial institutions to return to a quicker, less expensive non-judicial foreclosure process. More on how the ruling could affect credit unions is explained in this week’s compliance report.
Credit unions should perform compliance reviews following the Supreme Court ruling mostly upholding the Affordable Health Care Act. Provisions already implemented will remain in effect, and now is the time to prepare for the pending requirements.
The Supreme Court ruling mostly upholding the Affordable Health Care Act gives credit unions reasons to address compliance concerns for their coverage.
A federal judge in Harrisburg, Pa., dismissed a lawsuit that had alleged a credit union violated the Electronic Funds Transfer Act with improper ATM fee notification, ruling that a third party had removed the credit union’s posted notice illegally.
The most recent update from CUNA on Regulatory Advocacy activities.