Deutsche’s deferred prosecution agreement is the largest of the Libor-rigging settlements.
A Fifth Circuit ruling in Barzelis v. Flagstar Bank F.S.B. will raise questions about how to define a “borrower” under RESPA.
The May/June issue of ABA Bank Compliance magazine, now available online for subscribers, features a cover story on what continuing class action and enforcement litigation means for frontline bank compliance. Other stories cover what bankers are doing to “derisk,” how to build a positive compliance risk management culture and how to handle a change in
Will 90 percent of MasterCard-issuing financial institutions accept the network’s settlement with Target?
On April 10, 2015, the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals issued its long-awaited en banc decision in Equal Employment Opportunity Commission v. Ford Motor Company following a vacated panel decision from April 2014, in which a divided panel had reversed a district court’s summary judgment award in the employer’s favor.
On March 25, 2015, the Supreme Court issued its long-awaited opinion in Young v. United Parcel Service, Inc. to address whether, and to what extent, the Pregnancy Discrimination Act requires reasonable accommodations of pregnancy-related health issues and restrictions.
Circuits are split on the constitutionality of laws prohibiting merchants from imposing a surcharge on customers for using a credit card.
Does the federal bank examination privilege control whether a bank holding company must produce examination and enforcement documents?
ABA and several trade groups wrote to congressional appropriators on Friday urging them to maintain the prohibition on federal funds being used to facilitate the seizure of underwater mortgages through eminent domain, as has been contemplated by several cities.