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Federal Court Declares Debit Card Interchange Fee Rule Provisions Invalid

A Washington, D.C., federal district court has declared that the interchange fee and network non-exclusivity provisions of the Federal Reserve Board’s final debit card interchange fee rule are invalid....more

Highlights of the Future of Community Banking Symposium

On May 1, 2013, Spilman Thomas & Battle, PLLC, in conjunction with the North Carolina Bankers Association, held The Future of Community Banking Symposium in Greensboro, N.C. It was a day-long discussion of the issues facing...more

Federal Reserve Board Report Finds Interchange Fee Exemption Benefiting Small Issuers

On May 23, the Federal Reserve Board issued a report showing that the exemption designed to protect small debit card issuers from interchange fee standards applied to large issuers is working as intended. ...more

Fed Issues Study On Interchange Fees For Smaller Debit Card Issuers

The Dodd-Frank Act exempted small debit card issuers from the interchange fee standard set forth in the regulations which were adopted, but not from the statute’s prohibition on network exclusivity....more

FTC's Year-End Report to Congress on Debit Card Transaction Rules Outlines Agency's Enforcement and Education Initiatives

As 2012 came to a close, the Federal Trade Commission updated Congress on its enforcement and other efforts in connection with the new rules regulating debit card transactions implemented last year by the Federal Reserve...more

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