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Credit Card and Electronic Fund Transactions

The members of our Financial Services practice have a deep understanding of the rules and requirements that govern electronic payments and transactions, including the NACHA Rules and credit card association rules and requirements. We also have extensive experience advising clients and litigating claims involving the numerous federal and state laws governing electronic payments, such as the FTC Act, Telemarketing Sales Rule, Regulation E, and CFPB regulations/UDAAP

Our attorneys frequently represent payment industry clients in disputes related to enforcing their agreements, chargeback recoveries, reserve fund issues, risk management, and merchant compliance issues. We strive to closely understand our clients’ goals and their businesses to better assist them throughout the litigation process, including selecting and implementing the most cost-effective form of dispute resolution possible. We are keenly aware that one size does not fit all when it comes to businesses or resolving disputes for our clients. Thus, we are creative and have substantial experience leveraging cases for a negotiated resolution when it is in the best interest of our client to do so.