CFPB Declared Constitutional By 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals Ahead of Supreme Court Review
Following the 5th Circuit Court’s ruling declaring the CFPB’s structure and funding unconstitutional and the Supreme Court’s agreement to review the case, the 2nd Circuit Court has now ruled the organization to be constitutional, reports Emily Claus.
Federal Credit Unions May Use Federal Courts, Appeals Court Says
In a ruling that sounds strange but that credit unions say is extremely important, a U.S. appeals court affirmed this week that federal credit unions may use the federal court system, reports David Baumann of the Washington CU Daily.
Robles vs Domino’s: Who’s Really Winning the Fight on Accessibility?
With Domino’s Pizza under fire for lack of accessibility, Susanna Wojtkowiak discusses what impact this court case could have on the future of ADA compliance on the web, how this might effect your website, and what steps you should take towards accessibility.