Monthly Archives: August 2009

Update on Recent Insurance Law Decisions

Over the past several months, there have been several decisions and developments which are potentially significant to the practice of insurance law. These involve settlements, limitations and insurance coverage. Always, each case involves different facts and law, and, accordingly, the … Continue reading

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Limiting the Scope of Qualified Written Requests Under RESPA

“Dear Servicer, Please provide all documents concerning the Loan, as required by RESPA. Sincerely, Borrower” With the increase in residential mortgage defaults across the United States, mortgage servicers have also seen a rise in what is being termed a “qualified … Continue reading

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Red-Flag Rules: Really? New Rules Being Applied to the Health Care Industry That Don’t Reference Health Care

Introduction Identity theft is a problem that seriously disrupts the lives of its victims. The unauthorized use of personal identifying information can result in drained accounts, unauthorized debt and damaged credit. Identity theft is not only a problem that affects … Continue reading

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