Joy Harmon Sperling, Christina Parlapiano and Nancy Todaro wrote the bylined article, "Borrower's Failure to Comply with TPPA Justifies Lender's Refusal to Modify Loan," for the New Jersey Law Journal. The article explores the significance of the New Jersey Appellate Division's two opinions holding that language contained in a trial period plan agreement issued pursuant to the federal Home Affordable Modification Program (HAMP) did not require the lender to provide a loan modification. The article suggests that borrowers must comply with their payment obligations for a lender to be required to offer a permanent modification.
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Jed Davis will be a featured panelist in a CLE program titled, "Implementing the New DFS Cybersecurity Regulation," (click on title to register), sponsored by the Data Law Initiative at Cardozo Law School.
Shawn Wooden presented and moderated a panel discussion at the National Association of Public Pension Attorneys (NAPPA) Winter Seminar.
Jeff Clopeck was a featured speaker on a panel that discussed regulations regarding equity crowdfunding, titled "Equity Crowdfunding is Here: The Report Card to Date," during a Technology and Innovation Committee program at the Smaller Business Association of New England on January 26.
On January 11 and 12, Joy Harmon Sperling will be co-chairing the American Conference Institute’s 22nd National Forum on Residential Mortgage Litigation & Regulatory Enforcement.
Jed Davis was quoted in a breaking news article, "New York eases proposed cyber regulations after industry complaints," published by Reuters.
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Eliza Fromberg was quoted in an article, "FINRA's Capital Acquisition Broker Rules Face Tough Sell," in Law360.
Eliza Fromberg was quoted in an article, "Introduction of Regulation Crowdfunding" in Financier Worldwide Magazine.
Michael Rave was quoted in an article, "Banks Have Another Reason to Sell with SBLF Dividend Hike," in American Banker. In the article, Rave discusses how banks that hold Small Business Lending Fund (SBLF) capital are likely to be acquired. "They aren't in a position to repay the money or refinance it. They don't have a lot of choices," explains Rave.