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NWTS IS CLOSING ITS DOORS; SHIFTS ITS FORECLOSURE CASES TO OTHER TRUSTEE MILLS — Clouded Titles Blog

(BREAKING NEWS, OP-ED) — Boo, Frickety Hoo! Why is everybody in the foreclosure mill and related industries pining over the announcement by several news outlets that Northwest Trustee Services, Inc. (“NWTS”) in Bellevue, Washington is closing its doors? I for one am glad to see them “out of here”, given the fact of NWTS’s propensity […]

via NWTS IS CLOSING ITS DOORS; SHIFTS ITS FORECLOSURE CASES TO OTHER TRUSTEE MILLS — Clouded Titles Blog

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FCC Approves New Rules to Block Robocalls — considertheconsumer

The Federal Communications Commission voted on Nov. 16 to allow telephone carriers to block robocalls that appear to be fraudulent—a particularly annoying and costly problem that has mushroomed in recent years. The ruling specifically targets calls that use so-called caller ID spoofing, which allows robocallers to manipulate information that shows up on caller ID to…

via FCC Approves New Rules to Block Robocalls — considertheconsumer

Leveraging the Death of an Originator in Foreclosure Defense- December 11, 2017 at 4pm Eastern — Livinglies’s Weblog

Register Now: Leveraging the Death of an Originator in Foreclosure Defense Foreclosure expert and attorney Neil Garfield, M.B.A, J.D., will address what happens when the putative loan originator no longer exists. This strategy seminar will cover the best way to attack mortgage liens, notes, assignments, powers of attorney and endorsements, when servicers like Ocwen, Nationstar, […]

via Register now! The Garfield Continuum Mini-Seminar for Licensed Attorneys and Pro se litigants: Leveraging the Death of an Originator in Foreclosure Defense- December 11, 2017 at 4pm Eastern — Livinglies’s Weblog

What Accountants Say About the REMIC Trusts — Livinglies’s Weblog

“Because securitization entities are typically insufficiently capitalized, with little or no true “equity” for accounting purposes, and are rarely designed to have a voting equity class possessing the power to direct the activities of the entity, they are generally VIEs. [Variable Interest Entities]. The investments or other interests that will absorb portions of a VIE’s […]

via What Accountants Say About the REMIC Trusts — Livinglies’s Weblog

“Amazon in law”. . . The Future of Law? — TRIAL CALL

In a recent Q&A session published in Legal Feeds ( http://bit.ly/1X2YFob ), legal writers Richard and David Suskind speak about coming change or, perhaps more precisely, impending technological disruption in the ways we, as lawyers, work. It’s an interesting read. My daughter will become a lawyer this year – (very proud of her, by the way!) If the Suskinds are anywhere near correct, over the course of her…

via “Amazon in law”. . . The Future of Law? — TRIAL CALL

Very interesting and informative article.  I agree with the points made in this article and I do believe that the speed of the technological disruption mentioned in this article will  increase at a faster and faster rate each year.

Contact your senators and ask them to vote against Senate Joint Resolution 47

Call Your Senators; Tell Them NOT to Take Away Your Day in Court Against Big Banks Focus Area: Forced Arbitration For too long, Wall Street lawyers and lobbyists have used a secret tactic, fine print contracts, to take away Americans’ constitutional right to go to court. After more than five years of studying and working […]

via Don’t Give the Big Banks Another Sneaky Victory. Call McCain and Flake. — Findsen Law

Recent class action lawsuits you may be eligible for

Via Class Actions Reporter TCPA Rules The Day Still Here is this week’s update on class actions and settlements. Clearly violations of the TCPA rule the day. Not sure what the TCPA is? You have to read one of the many lawsuits with TCPA in the title. Class Action Lawsuits Nextgen Leads TCPA Class…

via Recent Class Actions You May Be Eligible For — considertheconsumer

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