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"Federal Trade Commission votes to ban noncompete agreements: There will be no lack of competition for the Lawsuits that follow - April 24"
Yesterday, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), by a 3-2 vote, adopted a rule that would ban almost all employment related non-compete agreements nationwide (including non-compete provisions in employment agreements).
"Stern & Eisenberg Compliance Attorney Published in DS News MortgagePoint April 2024 Magazine"
We are thrilled to share our Compliance Attorney, Matthew Fleck, Esquire, was recently published in the DS News MortgagePoint April 2024 Magazine.
NYCLU Settles class-action lawsuit against the
New York state office of court administration
for failing to analyze homeowners for free legal Representation. - Mar. 15, 2024.
On March 15, 2024, the New York Civil Liberties Union (“NYCLU”) and counsel for the New York State Office of Court Administration (“OCA”) signed a settlement agreement ending a class-action lawsuit claiming that the OCA failed to adequately protect homeowners facing foreclosure. Specifically, under New York Civil Practice Law & Rules (“CPLR”) § 3408, parties in a residential foreclosure case must participate in a mandatory settlement conference to determine what, if any, retention options are available to the homeowner. At this conference, courts are required to conduct an analysis to determine whether a homeowner who appears at the conference without legal counsel qualifies for free legal representation..
Update to Delaware CARES Act Affidavit Requirements. - Jan. 29, 2024
On January 29, 2024, the Presiding Judge of the Delaware Superior Court issued Administrative Order 2024-2. Under the Order, the Presiding Judge notated that at this time the Federal Moratorium have expired and a movant is no longer required to file an Affidavit of Compliance pertaining to the COVID-19 Pandemic.
Beneficial Ownership Reporting Requirements. - Jan. 1, 2024
Starting January 1, 2024, any existing US entity (and foreign legal entities that do business in the US) may need to comply with the new …
Stern & Eisenberg Compliance Department Reengineering. - Mar. 4, 2022
The Stern & Eisenberg Compliance Department was originally established as a Risk Management function to ensure that the firm is in conformance with the client …
S&E New York Statutory Requirements
– What about the Kessler Decision? - Mar. 28, 2022
Published in The American Bar Association’s Section of Litigation about the Kessler Decision. By: Arsenio Rodriguez, Esquire & Ali Degan, Esquire Make sure that your …
Updated Certification of Diligent Inquiry Requirements in New Jersey. - Feb. 28, 2022
By: Lucas Anderson, Esquire New Jersey has long required that the attorney who files a foreclosure complaint must also file a Certification of Diligent Inquiry …
PA Homeowner’s Assistance Fund to Begin Accepting Applications. - Feb. 1, 2022
By: Kenya Bates, Esquire PA announced that it will begin accepting applications for its Homeowner’s Assistance Fund (HAF) on February 1, 2022. HAF will distribute $350 …
Rule Relaxations and Proposed Rule Amendment for New Jersey Landlord Tenant Matters. - Jan 27, 2022
By: Christopher Saliba, Esquire On January 4, 2022, the Supreme Court of New Jersey issued an Order to relax certain provisions of Court Rule …
CFPB Post-Covid Mortgage Servicing Rules. - Nov 16, 2022
By: Salvatore Carollo, Esquire Following the expiration of the federal foreclosure moratorium on July 31, 2021, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) finalized its post-Covid-19 …
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