Cases & Deals

National bank resolves threat of service discontinuation by vendor

Clients National bank

Jones Day represented a national bank in litigation brought by a vendor that provides armored car and other cash-in-transit services to the bank's branches and ATMs. The vendor alleged that the bank owed it several million dollars in outstanding fees, and simultaneously threatened to discontinue its services to the bank. The bank filed an application for declaratory and injunctive relief, leading the vendor to withdraw its threat and ensuring uninterrupted service to the bank's customers and branches.

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