U.S. District Court Judge James Cacheris said Thursday that he will rule on NCUA's motion to dismiss a banker lawsuit over the member business lending rule after the first of the year. Cacheris was speaking at the close of a hearing on the ... NAFCU, 1 month ago
A teenage boy who continued to be held in federal detention centers years after an immigration judge determined he did not have to be deported will be returned to his mother under a Tuesday ruling by a federal judge in Alexandria. Judge James C.Washington Post, 2 months ago
Supreme Court Likely to Hear ESOP Indemnification Case On January 9, the Supreme Court invited the solicitor general to file a brief in a case regarding ESOPs, indicating the Court's interest in hearing the case. The case concerns whether ERISA ...NCEO.org, 4 days ago
By Carmen Castro-Pagan An employee stock ownership plan trustee must defend a lawsuit alleging he used his voting share in the plan to maintain his position as the CEO of a government contractor, the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District ...Bloomberg BNA, 1 week ago
The NCUA's final member business lending rule went into effect Sunday; today is the first business day the rule is in effect. NAFCU is monitoring developments from the Independent Community Bankers of America's suit against the NCUA over the rule.NAFCU, 2 weeks ago
CUNA and the National Association of Federal Credit Unions (NAFCU) attended Thursday's hearing in Alexandria, Va., where the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia heard the NCUA's motion to dismiss the lawsuit brought against it ...CUNA News Now, 1 month ago Credit union trade groups statement on today's federal court hearing on ICBA vs. NCUA lawsuit Credit Union Insight, 1 month ago ICBA statement on NCUA lawsuit court hearing CBInsight.com, 1 month ago
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