Sanctions in the Michigan Election Case and in Bankruptcy Court (Pt. 4)


This is the final installment of our investigation into the Michigan elections case and the three forms of sanctions awarded as well as how the same principles apply in Bankruptcy Court. This installment discusses sanctions under the court's inherent authority.


Assets up 14% at United FCU as earnings slip


Net income and loan volumes at the Michigan-based credit union were both down in 2020 but noninterest income shot up 41% thanks in part to participation in the Paycheck Protection Program.


Merger to expand Community Choice's foothold in western Michigan


A deal to merge with First General Credit Union in Norton Shores, Mich., will extend the Detroit-area institution's reach across the state.


Michigan's Financial Plus approved for statewide field of membership


The Flint-based credit union is the state's third in just over one year to get the OK for an expansion allowing anyone who lives or works in the state to join.