Lawyers Brace for Mortgage Industry Regulation Overhaul

, The Legal Intelligencer

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Consumer finance lawyers have spent the last year helping their clients adjust to sweeping regulatory changes to the residential mortgage industry that are set to go into effect in January, and last month brought with it another round of regulations that will keep the attorneys busy well into 2015.

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  • Dennis Palmieri

    Can I access the Reed Smith four-part teleseminar series which occurred earlier this year regarding the changes to be implemented in January, 2014.

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