April 24, 2017

US Govt Ignoring Rule of Law & Harming Economy Further (VIDEO)

Aug. 29 (Bloomberg Law) — There are numerous examples of the federal government suspending or … [Read more...]

Do the rich pay their fair share?

Short answer: Yes. Last week, Georgetown law professor Peter Edelman wrote about poverty in America … [Read more...]

Do the rich pay their fair share?

Short answer: Yes. Last week, Georgetown law professor Peter Edelman wrote about poverty in America … [Read more...]

Berkshire Bank Files Libor Lawsuit – “Libor could well be the asbestos claims of this century.”

“Libor could well be the asbestos claims of this century.” James Cox, law professor ~ New York … [Read more...]

Berkshire Bank Files Libor Lawsuit – “Libor could well be the asbestos claims of this century.”

“Libor could well be the asbestos claims of this century.” James Cox, law professor ~ New York … [Read more...]

Six Years and Counting

Today is the sixth anniversary of Credit Slips, which is hard to believe. We have been through a lot … [Read more...]

No, It Will Cost Missourians Considerably More Than ‘$20 Per Person’ To Expand Medicaid

Doing the math. The St. Louis Post-Dispatch has published a commentary by Saint Louis University … [Read more...]

www.mortgageoversight.com | Foreclosure Fraud Settlement Monitor Wants To Hear Your Gripes

Mortgage Settlement Monitor Wants To Hear Your Gripes, But Don’t Expect A Helping Hand Have a … [Read more...]

Prof Chris Peterson Joins Federal Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB)

U. prof joins federal consumer financial protection unit Washington • A University of Utah law … [Read more...]

Law professor: Impeach Supremes if they overturn Obamacare

Extreme much? Like conservatives, law professor David R. Dow thinks it’s disappointing that … [Read more...]

GUEST POST: Good for the Banks, Good for the Borrowers by Law Professor, Lauren E. Willis

Good for the Banks, Good for the Borrowers By Lauren E. Willis, Professor of Law, Loyola Law School … [Read more...]

Attorney General Kamala Harris Appoints Law Professor & Foreclosure Fraud Expert Katherine Porter to Monitor $18B Settlement with Banks

And here in Floriduh, Bondi appoints a low level “foreclosure specialist” from Lender … [Read more...]

Katie Porter Named Independent Monitor for California’s Part of National Mortgage Settlement

California Attorney General Kamala Harris has appointed Credit Slip's own Katie Porter as … [Read more...]

Palm Beach Post | Is Signing Foreclosure Documents for Others Forgery?

“Because the surrogate signers were signing the documents as part of their jobs, and … [Read more...]

Lawsuit against Catholic University’s same-sex dorms dismissed

Common sense prevails. If a positive conclusion exists to be written, I’m more than happy to … [Read more...]

Lawsuit against Catholic University’s same-sex dorms dismissed

Common sense prevails. If a positive conclusion exists to be written, I’m more than happy to … [Read more...]

Ironies of the Legal Profession?

Funny to see the juxtaposition in the New York Times of a piece berating law schools for the … [Read more...]

Robosigning 2.0: Mortgage Foreclosure File Reviewers

Do you have what it takes to be a Mortgage Foreclosure File Reviewer Level 2?  An intrepid … [Read more...]

For the first time in the nation’s history, there is no longer an authoritative, public record of who owns land in each county.

That’s a quote from University of Utah law professor Christopher Peterson. The impact of our … [Read more...]

Tired of Reading? Videos on the Foreclosure Crisis.

Here’s something you don’t find every day on Mandelman Matters, a whole series of … [Read more...]

Meet 5 homeowners who walked away

meet-5-homeowners-who-walked-away.aspx As the housing crisis wears on, more homeowners are forced … [Read more...]

Is walking away smart if home underwater?

Stop paying your mortgage. At least that's the underlying message from a University of Arizona law … [Read more...]

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