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By Roger V. Abbott, Marcia Madsen
On December 26, 2017, defendant Gilead Sciences Inc. filed a petition for certiorari (case number 17-936), requesting the Supreme Court to review a major Ninth Circuit False Claims Act ...
By Marcia Madsen, Luke Levasseur
Large contractors are not clogging up the Government's procurement system by filing a disproportionately large numbers of bid protests.
By Costas Avrakotos, Kristie D. Kully
Pennsylvania became the latest state to impose a licensing obligation on mortgage loan servicers.
By Roger V. Abbott, Marcia Madsen, Luke Levasseur
On September 29, 2016, a Fifth Circuit panel unanimously reversed one of the most astonishing FCA awards in recent years.
By Costas Avrakotos, Kristie D. Kully
On December 22, 2017, Ohio Governor Kasich signed into law Ohio House Bill 199, which will make significant changes in how the state will license and regulate mortgage lenders and brokers.
By Krista Cooley, Joy Tsai
For most of 2017, the Trump Administration was quiet with regard to the Federal Housing Administration ("FHA") loan program.
By Ori Lev
The federal district court in Washington heard oral argument this morning in the case of English v. Trump, the challenge brought by Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) Deputy Director Leandra...
By Kristie D. Kully
Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac (the "agencies") have developed new uniform instruments for use with Texas home equity loans beginning January 1, 2018.
By Costas Avrakotos, Kristie D. Kully
While states continue in that direction, they have not been quick to take action against companies that acquire and hold mortgage servicing rights without a license.
By Gina E. Oderda, Sophia M. Yanuzzi
For many people in the United States, the holiday season is a time for making gifts to family members and other loved ones.
By Christopher Comstock, Tom Panoff
On Tuesday, a federal district court in the Southern District of New York issued an order dismissing a lawsuit brought by the NYDFS regarding a proposal of the OCC to issue federal charters to certain fintech firms.
By Evan Tager
When it comes to punitive damages doctrine, the decision is a mixed bag.
By Catherine Bernard, John M. Conlon, Andrew Z. Edelstein, Patrick Garbe, Reginald Goeke, Micheal Lennon Jr.
Mayer Brown's Commercial Litigation group is pleased to announce the second edition of our booklet Managing the Early Stages of Commercial Litigation in the US: Critical First Steps.
By Gary Hnath, Cristiane Manzueto, José Roberto de Almeida Junior, Jing Zhang
To address its backlog of patent applications—which totaled 231,184 as of this June—the Brazilian Patent and Trademark Office (BPTO) is proposing a special, temporary fast-tracking procedure.
By Andrew Pincus
Richard Cordray is no longer the director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.
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