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Another CU ADA case is dismissed.

A Georgia District Court judge is the latest to throw out one of the lawsuits that have been lobbed at dozens of credit unions across the country in the past year regarding their websites’ alleged violations of the Americans with Disabilities Act.

According to court documents, on July 10, a U.S. District Court judge for the southern district of Georgia dismissed a case against Savannah, Ga.-based Savannah Federal Credit Union, which has $20 million in assets and about 1,700 members, finding that the plaintiff didn’t adequately allege he was eligible to join the credit union and was not injured by the inability to research information about its services and locations.

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