Countering Strategic Default

Recently, news outlets across the country reported that government mortgage lenders Fannie Mae (FNMA) and Freddie Mac (FDMC) may soon be taking more aggressive legal steps against debtors who carry out a strategic default on their mortgage loans. Strat…

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Schlumberger Claims Its Corporate Counsel Stole Trade Secrets

  Schlumberger Ltd., the world’s largest oilfield services company, has sued its former deputy general counsel in charge of intellectual property, claiming that she stole the company’s trade secrets before leaving the company to join Acacia Research Group. Former Schlumberger counsel Charlotte Rutherford is now a senior vice president at Acacia.  She had been with […]

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An Overview of Federal Real Estate Regulations: When to Prospect

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Here, we get to a very relevant series of pieces discussing some of the facets of real estate law that are absolutely crucial to understand. Federal regulations. Specifically, these directly influence real estate law. Some might surprise you, others might make you say “yep,” but most definitely all of them are essential, especially when it involves your rights as an American. Starting with….national_do_not_call_registry

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Divorce Decision-Making in Washington, New Jersey

The divorce process is filled with important decisions. Many of the decisions you make during your divorce will affect you and your family for years to come. That can be a little daunting. So how do you make good decisions during your divorce? Follow these tips. -        Get good advice. Don’t decide anything until you […]

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