Banking Law

Trials & Litigation

Lawyer who pointed client in accident case to high-interest loan did nothing wrong, judge rules

Legal Technology

Got cybersecurity? Some corporate clients ask law firms for proof

White-Collar Crime

Indicted lawyer used client to impersonate his own mother in $100K loan fraud, authorities say

Trials & Litigation

BigLaw partner used his briefcase ‘as a weapon’ to bash opposing counsel, lawsuit says

White-Collar Crime

Lawyer gets one year in federal prison for his role in $14M mortgage fraud

White-Collar Crime

Closing attorney gets 7 months, must repay $2.1M in loan-fraud case

Banking Law

Are Bitcoin ATMs legal? Las Vegas company will take a flyer on gray-area regulatory question

Consumer Law

New credit card terms provide for home and workplace visits, phone call spoofing

Verdicts & Settlements

Suit challenges Justice Department’s $13B deal with JPMorgan

Banking Law

Woman sues in effort to prove she is alive

White-Collar Crime

Despite money-laundering case, Bitcoin evangelist sees bright future for virtual currency

Internet Law

Job hunter who claimed Spokeo published wrong information may sue, 9th Circuit says

Cybersecurity

Will bank suits against Target in $1B-plus customer data breach help spur security enhancements?

Retirement

A comfortable retirement requires savvy financial housekeeping

Legislation & Lobbying

Proposed bill would limit consumer lawsuits against retailers who comply with data-security rules

Banking Law

Turning a blind eye to Madoff fraud spurs $1.7B penalty for JPMorgan

ABA Journal Podcast

How lawyers can dig themselves out of debt and plan for a future (podcast with transcript)

Features

Road to retirement: Ways to make retirement anything but resignation

Judiciary

Lack of Wall Street prosecutions spurs federal judge’s critical essay

Banking Law

What JPMorgan did wrong: 2006 meeting and ignored warnings spurred $13B settlement