Topic: RESPA

JD Supra Corporate Brief: In-House Counsel, Patent Trolls, Social Media, Iran Sanctions

Give yourself the gift the keeps on giving: inbox delivery of the JD Supra Corporate Brief. It’s as easy as click, type, send… Know your employer’s business, identify unnecessary legal risks, and other ways in-house counsel can add the most value to a company… (Walt Metz, JD Supra Perspectives) These aren’t the (patent) trolls you’re… Read more »

JD Supra Corporate Brief: Conflict Minerals, Google Glass, 3-D Printing, Pay Gap

Get a head start on your holiday shopping: sign up for email delivery of the JD Supra Corporate Brief today! Can’t determine the origin of your conflict minerals? There’s a description for that: “DRC conflict undeterminable”… (Jill Radloff at Leonard, Street and Deinard) How will the rise of Google Glass impact e-discovery? (Michele Lange, JD… Read more »

Mortgage Servicers Take Heed: The CFPB Has New Rules for How You Do Business

[Video: A New World for Mortgage Banking – What You Need to Know About the CFPB’s Final Mortgage Servicing Rules – Pepper Hamilton LLP] The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau recently issued two rules that are going to change the way mortgage service companies do business: the 2013 RESPA Servicing Final Rule, an amendment to Regulation X… Read more »

Most Popular Corporate Law Posts – June 2012

What’s on your mind? ICANN’s generic top-level domain names, HIPAA compliance and violations, the SCOTUS RadLAX ruling, the EU Cookie Directive, that’s what (and more!). For your reference, the most-read Corporate Law Report posts in June, 2012: 1. HIPAA Compliance: 6 Audit Questions (and Answers) for Covered Entities “Late last year, members of the Senate… Read more »

RESPA Update: Quicken’s Loan Fees Do Not Violate Federal Rules

In a unanimous decision published yesterday, the Supreme Court ruled in Freeman, et al. v. Quicken Loans, Inc., that Quicken Loans did not violate the Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act (RESPA) when it charged what plaintiffs considered to be “unearned” settlement service charges. RESPA rules bar unearned fees when they are split between two or… Read more »