The U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia is scheduled to hear motions for summary judgment Sept. 9 from the federal credit union regulator and four North Carolina banks challenging its chartering authority.

The lawsuit has been through several courts since 1991, when the banks and the American Bankers Association sued the National Credit Union Administration for allowing AT&T Family Federal Credit Union to add employee groups that have no connection to its original customer base.

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