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Greenberg Traurig is a recognized national leader in business dispute litigation, based on our wide-ranging experience in corporate governance and compliance and with the full valuation, accounting and ethical issues which typically arise in business disputes. We have litigated issues of first impression. Our team comprises experienced trial lawyers who understand broad business implications and can draw on the firm's multidisciplinary teams in industries such as financial services, accounting, insurance, real estate and entertainment to devise creative and efficient strategies. Our client base is diverse and we regularly represent national and multinational corporations and national and locally based law firms, accounting firms, investment banks, advertising agencies, architectural firms, and artists in disputes, mergers and acquisitions and liquidations and before regulatory and self-regulatory organizations.


 
 
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CFPB Takes Action against Mortgage Insurer for Alleged Kickbacks
Robert E. Bostrom,Peter L. Cockrell,Brett M. Kitt,Gil Rudolph,J. Scott Sheehan, November 26, 2013
On November 15th, the CFPB filed a complaint and a proposed consent order against Republic Mortgage Insurance Corporation, a private mortgage insurance company (RMIC). The complaint alleges that RMIC violated Section 8 of the Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act by paying illegal kickbacks to...

CFPB Issues Advanced Notice of Proposed Rulemaking for the Debt Collection Industry
Robert E. Bostrom,Peter L. Cockrell,Brett M. Kitt,Gil Rudolph,J. Scott Sheehan, November 15, 2013
On November 6th, the Consumer Financial Bureau (the “CFPB” or the “Bureau”) kicked off its process for issuing long-awaited rules that will govern the practices of the debt collection industry. Section 1089 of the Dodd-Frank Act amended the Fair Debt Collection Practices...

CFPB Trial Disclosure Program Now Effective
Robert E. Bostrom,Peter L. Cockrell,Brett M. Kitt,Gil Rudolph,J. Scott Sheehan, November 15, 2013
On October 29th, the CFPB’s Notice of Policy regarding its Trial Disclosure Program was published in the Federal Register, thus making the Policy effective. Section 1032(e) of the Dodd-Frank Act permits consumer financial service providers to “conduct a trial program that is limited in...

Senators Request Justification for the CFPB’s Indirect Auto Lending Bulletin
Robert E. Bostrom,Peter L. Cockrell,Brett M. Kitt,Gil Rudolph,J. Scott Sheehan, November 07, 2013
On October 30th, a bipartisan group of 22 Senators sent a letter to the CFPB challenging the basis for the Bureau’s Bulletin 2013-02 entitled “Indirect Auto Lending and Compliance with the Equal Credit Opportunity Act.”

CFPB Releases Guide for “Managing Someone Else’s Money”
Robert E. Bostrom,Peter L. Cockrell,Brett M. Kitt,Gil Rudolph,J. Scott Sheehan, November 06, 2013
On October 29th, the CFPB’s Office of Older Americans published a series of four guidance booklets to help financial caregivers understand how to fulfill their responsibilities, how to avoid scams and financial exploitation, and where to go for help.

CFPB Issues HMDA Compliance Bulletin
Robert E. Bostrom,Peter L. Cockrell,Brett M. Kitt,Gil Rudolph,J. Scott Sheehan, October 18, 2013
In conjunction with the CFPB’s HMDA actions discussed above, the CFPB issued Bulletin 2013-10 on October 9th. The Bulletin sets forth the Bureau’s expectations that lenders will implement compliance programs designed to ensure that they collect and report accurate HMDA data in a timely...

CFPB Removing Enforcement Attorneys from Supervisory Exams
Robert E. Bostrom,Peter L. Cockrell,Brett M. Kitt,Gil Rudolph,J. Scott Sheehan, October 18, 2013
On October 10th, the CFPB announced that it will discontinue its controversial practice of sending its enforcement attorneys to participate alongside supervision examiners in its examinations of supervised entities. This practice had been a major point of contention between the CFPB and the...

CFPB Takes Action against Financial Institutions for HMDA Violations
Robert E. Bostrom,Peter L. Cockrell,Brett M. Kitt,Gil Rudolph,J. Scott Sheehan, October 18, 2013
On October 9th, the CFPB ordered both a bank and nonbank mortgage lender to pay fines for violating the Home Mortgage Disclosure Act (HMDA). The CFPB entered consent orders with Mortgage Master, Inc. and Washington Federal, requiring them to pay to pay civil penalties of $425,000 and $34,000,...

CFPB Issues Report on CARD Act; Identifies Six 'Risky' Card Issuer Practices that May Warrant Scrutiny
Robert E. Bostrom,Brett M. Kitt,Gil Rudolph, October 07, 2013
On October 2, 2013, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) published a report that both evaluates the impact of recent credit card legislation and identifies several “risky” card issuer practices that may draw future CFPB scrutiny.

Comments to OCC and FDIC Deposit Advance Proposed Guidance -- Opponents Outnumber Proponents
Justin Angelo,Robert E. Bostrom,Thomas J. McKee,Gil Rudolph,J. Scott Sheehan, July 18, 2013
The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) and Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) each published a proposed guidance on deposit advance products on April 30th, 2013. Deposit advance products are small dollar, short-term loans offered by a bank to its deposit account customers...