Credit Union Has Waived Appellate Review Of Special Verdict Issue, 10th Circuit Says
(February 2, 2016, 10:09 AM EST) -- DENVER — The 10th Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals on Feb. 1 held that a credit union insured has waived appellate review of its argument regarding a lower court’s use of a special verdict form in a dispute over losses incurred from a credit union member's fraudulent activities (Cyprus Federal Credit Union v. CUMIS Insurance Society Inc., No. 15-4025, 10th Cir.).
(Order and judgment available. Document #13-160204-025R.)
In 2007, Utah-based Cyprus Federal Credit Union discovered that its member Shawn Kirby, through his construction business,...