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November 20, 2015 / Published Work

From Dayton Business Journal: EMV Chip Credit Cards: Are businesses or banks liable for credit-card fraud?

The Dayton Business Journal published an guest column written by attorney Ana Crawford on the change in liability from credit card issuers to retailers who do not use EMV chip-enabled readers. Crawford explains in the column that because the majority of credit card issuers are changing their liability policies, many businesses, with a few exceptions, will now be held liable for fraudulent charges. The guest column, “EMV Chip Credit Cards: Are businesses or banks liable for credit-card fraud?” was published on Nov. 16, 2015.