The more that banks can be proactive in preparing for inquiries, the better they will be able to defend themselves.
ABA and 49 state bankers associations today urged the Uniform Law Commission to reject a draft of model state-level legislation on consumer data privacy that does not provide sufficient exemptions for banks, which are already subject to stringent federal data security standards and includes the potential for banks to be subject to lawsuits.
The Supreme Court ruled today that the structure of the Federal Housing Finance Agency is unconstitutional, given that it has a sole director who may only be removed by the president for cause, not at will.
On the latest episode of the ABA Banking Journal Podcast, Brian Miller, the Treasury Department special inspector general for pandemic relief, discusses the effectiveness of COVID relief programs and investigations into fraud involving these programs.
An increase in lawsuits and other factors mean a larger focus on accessibility of bank digital assets.
Context is key: When trying to figure out the trademark application process, how names are used in commerce matters.
Websites are not considered “places of public accommodation” under the Americans with Disabilities Act, according to a ruling this week from a three-judge panel of the 11th Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals.
In a significant win for bank customers, the Supreme Court today confirmed that customers can receive important communications from their banks and other companies with whom they do business.
The American Bankers Association yesterday filed an amicus brief in the Texas state court case of Visa v. Sally Beauty Holdings.
ABA joined more than 580 trade associations representing a broad range of industries in a letter yesterday urging members of Congress to include targeted and temporary liability protections as part of the next COVID-19 relief package.