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What Does Not Affect My Credit Scores?

Previous blogs have discussed why your credit scores can decrease. Unpaid bills, excessive use of credit and identity theft can significantly lower your credit scores. However, there are also factors that do not affect your credit scores. Factors that would … Continue reading

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Waiver of Future Child Support Voided, But Miscalculated Credit Struck

In its March 21, 2018 decision in Elkins v. Mizrahi, the Appellate Division, Second Department, struck a credit issued at the time a father’s new child support obligation was established. That determination tacitly affirmed the new obligation, after a lower … Continue reading

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Sorry, But Your Credit Card (Class Action) Has Been Declined

The Eastern District of New York recently declined to certify a putative class action filed by merchants against the four major credit card providers alleging antitrust violations. The complaint alleges that MasterCard, Visa, Discover, and American Express (“Amex”) conspired by … Continue reading

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Credit Card Fraud Reported From Users of OnePlus

On this episode of Justice, One Client at a Time, we look at how OnePlus’ servers were comprised, resulting in credit card fraud. Short URL: https://cleg.al/2J9QPJa Read more detail on Recent Criminal Law posts –

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Competition and credit procyclicality in European banking

Aurélien Leroy and Yannick Lucotte investigate Competition and credit procyclicality in European banking. ABSTRACT: This paper empirically assesses the effects of competition in the financial sector on credit procyclicality by estimating both an interacted panel VAR (IPVAR) model using macroeconomic… … Continue reading

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