This preview from our July 3 print edition takes a look at some industry anticipation of the Oct. 1 launch of health insurance exchanges.
Oregon case thrown out but industry attorney says NCUA should take notice of judicial treatment of Federal Credit Union Act.
Investors wanting to sell their rights to an income stream or investing in one that belongs to someone else need to be aware.
Empire State would follow Congress in eliminating ATM fee disclosure requirement that has spawned lawsuits.
CUANY backs bill that would mirror federal measure eliminating electronic and physical fee disclosure.
Buffalo, N.Y., credit unions among those hit by lawsuits from holder of patent for ATM-Internet technology.
Trade group files brief in federal appeals court arguing that credit unions are working in good faith to comply with regulations.
The former CEO at the 77,000 member, $1.5 billion Polish & Slavic Federal Credit Union has sued the credit union’s board of directors, both as a group and individually, alleging he was fired in May for following state and federal laws on equal opportunity hiring.
Human resources lawyers say fired Polish & Slavic FCU CEO Oskar Mielczarek appears to have acted in accord with federal law.
Complaints focus on lack of loan repayment information, difficulty navigating system and roadblocks for borrowers seeking benefits.