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SACRAMENTO, Calif. – The federal court that is hearing the complaint of a coalition of banking associations, credit card issuers and credit union associations has agreed to roll back the schedule for the litigation by roughly a month. The preliminary injunction against the California credit card disclosure law continues while the litigation is still pending. “The state had asked the court for additional time,” said NAFCU General Counsel Bill Donovan, but the schedule proposed to the court would have not given the plaintiffs time to respond to the state’s briefs. “We didn’t object to giving them more time, but we said if you are giving them more time then you have to give us more time to respond,” he added. Under the new schedule the deadline for the state to serve and file a single brief, not exceeding 80 pages, in opposition to the preliminary injunction and the summary judgment is October 25. Plaintiffs have until November 15 to file a single reply brief, not exceeding 40 pages, in support of the preliminary injunction and the summary judgment. The court will hold a hearing on both the preliminary injunction and the summary judgment on December 6.

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