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Merchant Litigation Settlements Upended

U.S. District Court Judge Nicholas Garaufis has thrown out a 2013 agreement calling for American Express to pay up to $75 million in attorneys’ fees as part of a pending settlement of two class-action lawsuits brought by U.S. merchants against American Express. The suit involved Amex’s Honor All Cards Provisions and Non-discrimination Provisions. None of the money has been distributed because final approval has not been given by the court. The settlement agreement does not provide for payment of any money to the merchants. The relief for merchants is American Express agreeing to changes in...

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August 2015
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Purchase Volume Europe 2014

Investments & Acquisitions – July 2015

U.S. General Purpose Cards – Midyear 2015 vs. Midyear 2014

Market Share of Purchase Volume on Cards Issued in Europe 2014

Purchase Transactions on Cards Issued in Europe 2014 vs. 2019

Europe General Purpose Cards 2014 vs. 2013

Largest Credit Card Issuers in Mideast/Africa 2014

Largest Debit Card Issuers in Mideast/Africa 2014

Top General Purpose/Visa/MasterCard Card Issuers in Mideast/Africa 2014