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Venable LLP
Earlier in January 2024, the CFPB continued its crackdown on what it decries as "junk fees," releasing a Proposed Rule to curb overdraft fees.
Beginning July 1, 2024, businesses that transact with California consumers may not apply additional fees or charges at checkout that were not disclosed in the advertised price...
Mayer Brown
The New York Department of Financial Services (NYDFS) issued final supervisory guidance on January 22, 2024, to New York banking institutions and financial services companies licensed by the NYDFS.
Goodwin Procter LLP
Welcome to the Mortgage Origination and Servicing chapter of our annual report Consumer Financial Services 2023 Year in Review.
Goodwin Procter LLP
Enforcement actions related to debt collection and debt settlement will continue to manifest as a result of a significant recent increase in the acquisition of consumer debt...
Kelley Drye & Warren LLP
The FTC is in the midst of a months-long rulemaking targeting "unfair or deceptive fees" that would fundamentally alter the way businesses can advertise their prices to consumers.
Cullen and Dykman
A new law has made sweeping changes to the foreclosure sale process for residential properties in New Jersey. The new law, which was signed into law on January 12, 2024 and took effect immediately..
Smith Gambrell & Russell
Real Estate loan defaults are increasing and will probably continue well into 2024. Defaults are led by office property backed loans.
Nossaman LLP
Welcome to Compliance Notes from Nossaman's Government Relations & Regulation Group – a periodic digest of the headlines, , statutory and regulatory changes and court cases involving...
Jenner & Block
A new California law, Senate Bill No. 478, takes aim at "drip pricing," the practice of advertising goods or services at one price and then adding mandatory charges or fees later in the sales transaction.
K&L Gates
Not often do courts explicitly reverse their own precedent, especially when that precedent was a unanimous 7-0 opinion issued only a few years earlier.
Cooley LLP
On January 17, 2024, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) issued a notice of proposed rulemaking that would treat discretionary overdraft services...
Davis+Gilbert LLP
An inescapable result of high interest rates and post-pandemic trends is downward pressure on commercial real estate valuations, especially in the office sector.
Mayer Brown
As we begin 2024, the housing market is in uncharted waters, with plummeting housing starts, new listings at historic lows, mortgage interest rates up sharply over the past two years and a marked decrease in homes for sale.
Perkins Coie LLP
The year 2023 began with many, if not most, economists calling for recessions in the United States and abroad. High inflation, restrictive central banks, and slowdowns...
Mayer Brown
We are pleased to introduce the latest episode of "Navigating Mortgage M&A," a collaborative effort between Mayer Brown and Mortgage Advisory Partners.
Jones Day
Created in the wake of the 2008 financial crisis, Congress charged FSOC with analyzing risks to U.S. financial stability.
Lowenstein Sandler
Jonathan Wishnia, Chair of the Mortgage & Structured Finance practice at Lowenstein Sandler, and real estate investor, talks with Lowenstein commercial real estate lawyers...
Barnes & Thornburg
High-yield covenants usually, among other restrictions, restrict an issuer's ability to incur debt, make restricted payments...
Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft LLP
On November 24, 2023, the IRS released PLR 202347001, ruling that certificates issued from an "exchange trust" qualify as stripped bonds...
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