...a judicial crackdown on "robo-signing," the number of new foreclosure actions has dropped significantly as the percentage of homeowners represented by counsel...
Originally Published: New York Law Journal
Practitioners write about the year's developments in their practice areas, including banking and business, bankruptcy, criminal law, energy, family law, immigration, insurance, intellectual property,
...their names placed on the statewide ballot even though they had...political designation." The Libertarian National Committee was not then and is...
...One area Neeley is watching closely is proposed changes to the mortgage foreclosure process. S.B. 472, filed by state Sen. Craig Estes, R-Wichita...
Significant developments in 16 practice areas, including bankrupty, business and banking, corporate governance and securities, criminal law, energy, environmental, family law, health law, immigration
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