RESULTS FOR MEDIA CATEGORY: Iowa Banking Law Blog
Jan. 27, 2015 – John E. Lande, Iowa Banking Law Blog
…Target may have violated Minnesota’s Plastic Card Security Act. The law governs company retention of customer information. The court concluded that since Target is based in Minnesota the law applies to Target transactions regardless of whether they occur in Minnesota or not.
Jan. 23, 2015 – John E. Lande, Iowa Banking Law Blog
The Truth in Lending Act allows consumers to rescind certain loans within three days of consummation of the loan if they receive TILA disclosures, and up to three years after the date of the transaction if no disclosures are provided.
Banks beware: If your borrower receives Medicaid reimbursement payments from the state, your first priority interest may be in jeopardy
Jan. 14, 2015 – Joseph M. Borg, Iowa Banking Law Blog
A relatively new statute signed into law in July of 2013 poses a significant threat to lenders’ secured collateral when dealing with borrowers who receive Medicaid reimbursement payments from the State.
Dec. 12, 2014 – Melissa A. Schilling, Iowa Banking Law Blog, Iowa Employer Law Blog
Dress codes, including dress codes for casual Fridays, may be unlawful under the NLRA.
Nov. 19, 2014 – John E. Lande, Iowa Banking Law Blog
Banks should be aware that the Court will likely issue a decision that gives borrowers the ability to send a letter rescinding their loan transactions.