A former employee and member of the $18.6 million Wallingford Municipal Federal Credit Union was awarded more than $200,000 after a judge ruled the Wallingford, Conn., cooperative committed theft when it seized the woman’s $13,801 Social Security disability benefit.
State judge rules that Wallingford Municipal Federal Credit Union stole protected benefits to repay defaulted loan.
A lawsuit that challenged the authority of Dodd-Frank to regulate the financial services industry was dismissed Aug. 1 in Washington, D.C. in U.S. District Court.
Had the suit succeeded, the CFPB and its mandates to date would most likely have been rendered null and void.
Dean Gaymon killed by New Jersey officer in reported 2010 sex sting. Family's lawsuit questions circumstances.
A credit union CEO's lawsuit alleging he was fired for not discriminating in hiring has been dismissed amid reports he settled for $1.5 million.
Agency says it's not taking sides in dispute over attempt to recall board members at Oregon credit union.
Court orders Oskar Mielczarek to drop allegations against board members in suit over Polish-only hiring policies that led to firing.
The NCUA filed suit late last month against David Addison, former CEO of Texans Credit Union, accusing him of breach of fiduciary duty and gross negligence that led to the $1.4 billion credit union’s April 2011 conservatorship.
A Pittsburgh attorney, on behalf of three blind clients, has sued seven credit unions and several more banks, claiming their ATMs don’t comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act’s standards for accessible design.