Monthly Archives: May 2011

Today’s New… “But, You Didn’t Make Your Payment” Exemption to the Law – Mandelman Matters

Great article by Martin Andelman: Today’s New… “But, You Didn’t Make Your Payment” Exemption to the LawI’m not a lawyer, so let’s be very clear about that, but I’m about to tell you how the law has always worked in … Continue reading

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B. of A., Morgan Stanley settle foreclosure suit – MarketWatch

Direct from MarketWatch: WASHINGTON (MarketWatch) — Bank of America Corp. and Morgan Stanley were fined $22 million Thursday to resolve allegations that the banks wrongfully foreclosed on almost 200 active-duty military-service members without first obtaining court orders. “The men and … Continue reading

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The 25 Best Blogs for Dealing With Bankruptcy | Accounting Degree.com

The 25 Best Blogs for Dealing With Bankruptcy | Accounting Degree.com

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California third in nation for mortgage fraud, report says – Sacramento Business, Housing Market News | Sacramento Bee

While overall mortgage fraud reports are down, California continues to be among the worst states in terms of such crime – trailing only New York and Florida for fraud on loans originated in 2010, according to a report released Monday. … Continue reading

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Bankruptcy could help Frank McCourt retain control of Dodgers – latimes.com

Interesting article in the L.A. Times yesterday about how filing bankruptcy could help Frank McCourt remain in the control of our L.A. Dodgers–well, at least in the short-term. No matter where you come down on this issue, it’s a very … Continue reading

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New Anti-Fraud Legislation

Below is a press release on new anti-fraud legislation that Senators Patrick Leahy and Chuck Grassley introduced in the Senate last Thursday. Fighting Fraud To Protect Taxpayers Act Will Improve Fraud Enforcement At No Added Cost To Taxpayers May 5, … Continue reading

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