CUNA members can now access a free recording of a webinar outlining the latest development in patent litigation brought against several credit unions involving remote deposit capture technology, CUNA's second webinar on the topic.
CUNA has launched a website highlighting each of the candidates supported by CUNA, leagues and credit unions in the 2018 mid-terms, where visitors can click on a state to see credit union-supported candidates.
The D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals has set a briefing schedule for the appeal of the field-of-membership lawsuit brought against NCUA by the ABA. CUNA fully supports NCUA in its appeal, and plans to submit an amicus brief.
CUNA will conduct a free webinar to discuss letter received by certain credit unions from law firms calling for negotiation of a patent licensing deal for remote deposit capture, scheduled for 3:30 to 5 p.m. (ET) Tuesday.
CUNA submitted additional written comments to NCUA Friday on the agency’s proposed 2019 operating budget. CUNA’s letter follows up CUNA Senior Economist Mike Schenk’s presentation to the board at its budget briefing earlier this month.
The Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection expects to issue proposed rules in January reconsidering its short-term, small-dollar rule, it announced Friday, likely revisiting only the ability-to-repay provisions, not the payments provisions.
CUNA launched a new MAP campaign in September, “Credit Unions Vote,” and many credit unions around the country have used it an an opportunity to show how they are engages with members and their community.
A webinar hosted by CUNA, FS-ISAC and the FSSCC on cyber exercises is now available for free to CUNA members. The webinar discusses easy and effective ways credit unions can plan to respond to cyber incidents.