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Charge-offs on Consumer Debts: The Kentucky Supreme Court Causes Shaky Ground to Collect Prejudgment Interest

The Kentucky Supreme Court is shaking things up for banks that collect on charged-off debts. The decision in Unifund CCR Partners v. Carol Harrell, 509 S.W.3d 25  (Ky. 2017), is an eye-opener for lenders regarding their strategies to recover a contractual or statutory right to collect interest on prejudgment debt. More >

Does Your Business Use Surcharges?

On January 27, 2013, it became legal for retailers to impose a surcharge on consumers using a credit card at their business. The surcharge was a key provision in a settlement stemming from a class action suit brought by several retailers against credit card companies. The permissible surcharge amount depends on how much is paid by the merchant in processing fees, but can range from 1.5 to 4% of the purchase price. More >

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