Contributor Page
Mayer Brown
Email  |  Website  |  Articles
Contact Details
Tel: +1 312 7820600
Fax: +1 312 7017711
71 S. Wacker Dr.
IL 60606
United States
By Joshua Yount
The plaintiff's lawyer then filed a successor suit on his own behalf, which he dismissed when he filed the plaintiff's suit.
By Ori Lev
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) recently posted its Enforcement Policy and Procedures Manual (Manual) on its FOIA reading room website.
By Ori Lev, Stephanie Robinson
In an email to staff, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) Director Richard Cordray announced on Wednesday, November 15, that he will be stepping down this month.
By Marcus Christian, Joshua Silverstein
As large-scale cybersecurity incidents dominate headlines, companies should consider how they can prepare to manage and respond to such potentially damaging events.
By Mickey Leibner, Simeon Kriesberg, Timothy Keeler
Calls to increase scrutiny of foreign investment in the United States have gained strength in the US Congress, and now there are several proposals for changes to the multi-agency CFIUS.
By Gretel Echarte Morales, Simeon Kriesberg, Tamer A. Soliman
On November 8, 2017, the US Treasury, Commerce, and State Departments announced amendments to the Cuban Assets Controls Regulations and the Export Administration Regulations...
By Edward Johnson, Eric Evans, Graham Buccigross, Anne M. Selin, Dr. Jens Peter Schmidt, Evan Sippel-Feldman, Alexander T. Payne, Anita Y. Lam, Kim B. Perez, Elspeth Hansen, Samantha R. Reed
Pro bono client, Kenneth Oliver, a non-violent offender, has spent the last 20 years in prison.
By Kristie D. Kully, David Tallman
On November 7, Texas voters will have the opportunity to make some significant changes to the state's homestead equity loan restrictions.
By Laurence E. Platt, Jon Van Gorp
Is it possible for an investor to participate in the economics of agency residential mortgage servicing rights without being an approved holder of the servicing rights?
By Holly Spencer Bunting, Phillip Schulman, Kristie D. Kully
New title insurance regulations in New York restrict the marketing practices of title insurance agencies and affect the operation of affiliated businesses.
By David Simon, Joshua Silverstein
As businesses continue to leverage complex systems, managing the vulnerabilities inherent in such operations will become an increasingly important task.
By Costas Avrakotos, Jeffrey Prost
With Oregon scheduled to begin accepting mortgage loan servicer license applications through the NMLS on November 1, 2017, we wanted to update our August 16, 2017 blog post for those who may..
By Laurence E. Platt, Tori K. Shinohara
While the FHFA is seeking to promote access to credit for consumers with limited English skills, lenders remained concerned that the revisions will raise the risk of confusing or misleading those consumers
By Archis Parasharami, Andrew Pincus
The anti-arbitration rule issued by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau in July is now just one short step away from elimination.
By Evan Tager
That verdict is likely to be thrown out because Illinois does not permit punitive damages to be recovered in the absence of compensatory damages.
Contributor's Topics