In this January, 2003 decision from the 1st Circuit Court of Appeals, the Court considers the debtors' contention that the lender's mere recordation of postpetition, preconfirmation attorney fees incurred by the lender, on its internal books, viol
If your institution finances used vehicle dealers and takes a security interest in the dealer's trade-ins, this case will be of interest to you.
How is your institution's name and logo being used by third parties?
Can a stockholder or assignee of the assets of a failed financial institution assert claims in a civil action against the Comptroller and other OCC personnel who made the decision to close the institution?
What should a financial institution do if an employee suspects that a care giver is taking advantage of an elderly customer?
Fraudulent transactions continue to plague businesses.
We have included this case, which does not directly involve a financial institution, because it provides a good opportunity to focus your attention on two factors: the need to guard against abuse of credit report access and the need to do backgrou
Customer bought a used car and financed it through the dealership. The salesman presented the contract, with all required Reg Z disclosures, to the customer in quadruplicate for review and signature.
On July 23, 2002 the U.S.
After losing money through online gambling, two men sued credit card companies and issuing banks, alleging RICO violations and attempted collection of unlawful debt.