The Servicemembers Civil Relief Act (SCRA) has been front and center in the news and Congress this year. The SCRA provides certain protections for active duty servicemembers, including a cap on credit card and mortgage interest rates and a prohibition on foreclosures. JPMorgan Chase Bank officials testified before the House Committee on Veterans’ Affairs in February, explaining the bank had uncovered errors in the handling of active servicemembers’ accounts and had begun a comprehensive effort to correct those errors. A servicemember’s suit against Deutsche Bank alleging foreclosure in violation of the SCRA was the subject of press coverage. Stay tuned for more to come — the U.S. Attorney General has several ongoing investigations into alleged violations of the statute, and the Delaware Attorney General has demanded access to records of several financial institutions.