A 2018 Supreme Court preview.
Author Dawn Causey
Banks should not expect relief from the courts when faced with losses caused by retailer negligence.
Lack of participation by federal agencies in preemption cases appears to have emboldened states.
The possibility of a 4-4 deadlock hangs over three cases with repercussions for the banking industry when the Court convenes in October.
When it comes to data breaches, the hack of the archaic Myspace—the failed social media platform that was rendered obsolete by Facebook—proves nothing is safe.
Bankers and others are closely watching to find out if the usury battles thought long won and settled are re-opening.
A look at how the Yates Memo holds individuals accountable for corporate wrongdoing.
ABA is actively involved in several important cases impacting banking during the fall term of the U.S. Supreme Court.
Courts and prosecutors are increasingly finding chief compliance officers personally liable for compliance lapses—and CCOs are watching carefully.