Director Kathy Kraninger is in the news, taking a hard line on civil investigative demands (CIDs), backing two new settlements and issuing a further delay of the payday loan rule.
Are assessments from the credit card networks damages that a merchant should be liable for under its merchant agreement?
A recent arbitration decision by a federal district court in San Diego highlights the risk posed by the California Supreme Court’s 2017 decision in McGill v. Citibank.
In regulatory oversight news, the New York Department of Financial Services (DFS) announced the creation of a new Cybersecurity Division and the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) launched an Innovation Hours program.
Since May 7, 2019, the city of Baltimore has been debilitated by a ransomware attack on its IT systems.
Consumer World declared victory after Google added a free means of entry for a sweepstakes to win a free Google Home Max smart speaker.
The North Face started an avalanche of controversy when it inserted the brand into Wikipedia entries about well-known mountain peaks to improve the company’s search engine results.
Time has run out on a deceptive pricing lawsuit against Fossil, with the parties reaching a $4.5 million settlement agreement.
We are living in a time that has been coined “peak TV,” thanks in large part to the sheer amount of content that is available to viewers.
Technology acquisition decisions are fraught with complexity. Companies have a wide range of options other than acquisition, and sometimes it’s difficult to assess which path is the best way forward.