Case of First Impression – Class Members Are Not Permitted to Aggregate Claims to Satisfy Minimum Jurisdictional Requirements
Represented a credit union where the Nevada Supreme Court ruled as a matter of first impression, and in our client’s favor, that individual class members are not permitted to aggregate their claims to satisfy the minimum jurisdictional limits of Nevada's district courts.
Summary Judgment Granted in Class Action Against Credit Union
Represented defendant credit union in a putative consumer class action lawsuit where the plaintiff alleged that her credit union breached its own account agreement and violated the Electronic Funds Transfer Act by charging overdrafts when the plaintiff's ledger balance was positive. The plaintiff claimed class damages in excess of $30MM. The court granted our motion to dismiss the plaintiff's complaint in its entirety.
First Purchase of Bank by State Chartered Credit Union
Completed the first purchase of a bank by a state chartered credit union.
First Purchase of Stock Owned Bank by Credit Union
Completed the first purchase of a stock owned bank by a credit union.
First Purchase of Bank by Credit Union
Completed the first purchase of a bank by a credit union.