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A well-crafted payments contract will be clear and unambiguous. In this article, recent case law on conflicting contractual clauses is discussed.
A recent court decision determined that all third-party liabilities cannot be passed on to merchants; it all depends on the explicit drafting of the contract.
Payments contracts should be drafted carefully to ensure the contracts well represent the agreed upon allocation of risk.
Free speech is at issue, but the Supreme Court’s decision still leaves the legality of surcharge restrictions unresolved under the First Amendment…
Are you ready to ring in a New Year with the new PCI QIR requirements?: Steps integrators and sellers of PA-DSS validated POS systems can take to comply by the end of January.
Visa’s new rules regarding the requirement for small (Level 4) merchants to use Qualified Integrators and Resellers (QIR) takes effect January 31, 2017.
Disclosure, limited liability and periodic statements required for prepaid accounts under the CFPB’s new Prepaid Rule amending Regulations E and Z
The Supreme Court recently agreed to review a case from the Second Circuit Court of Appeals holding that New York’s anti-surcharge provision was constitutional.
Numerous states are revising their money transmitter legislation, and North Carolina is no exception.