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Tag Archives: Law
You say you hate politics. Especially during this silly season where it’s all so on your face and it’s hard to avoid. Well, surprise! I do too. But, beware! Avoidance has its cost. By avoiding politics you chose to allow … Continue reading
In its ongoing zeal to protect us from ourselves the Nevada Legislature enacted a ban on using hand-held cell phones while driving. I’m sure you have observed how effective the law is. In my opinion it’s little more than more … Continue reading
No matter which side you are on, MERS remains a controversial issue. Many expect the problem to ultimately be decided in the courts. A New York appellate court ruled last week that a Reston-based company that electronically tracks and transfers … Continue reading
MERS finds itself in more hot water. A Reno lawfirm filed lawsuits against MERS in both California and Nevada Courts. Read More here.
In this Ohio Appeals Court case, the Court ruled that Bank of New York did not have standing when it began foreclosure proceedings. In Byrd, we held that “in a foreclosure action, a bank that was not the mortgagee when … Continue reading
According to the ABAJournal, the California Bar is looking into more than 400 lawyers who may have taken advantage of homeowners by accepting payments despite exerting little effort to save their homes. What’s the chances that some of their Nevada … Continue reading