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Divisiveness of Dodd-Frank is Evident Five Years After Its Passage

The controversial Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act just passed its five-year anniversary on July 21, and lawmakers and other stakeholders have never been more divided as to its effectiveness (or lack thereof) as they have been recently, according to CoreLogic's August 2015 MarketPulse released this week.

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Counsel’s Corner: Defending Against Litigation Stemming From New Loss Mitigation Rules

Counsel's Corner is an ongoing series in which DS News talks with default servicing attorneys around the country about the most pressing issues facing the default servicing industry. This installment features Luke Sosnicki from Dykema's Los Angeles office, discussing RESPA’s new loss mitigation rules implemented by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau in January 2014 and resulting litigation around those rules.

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