In this episode of Commitment Matters, Mary speaks with Steve Gottheim, General Counsel for ALTA. You can contact Steve via email.
During their conversation, Steve or Mary mentioned:
- Read up on the latest happenings in Congress here.
- The Major Questions Doctrine is described as the intention of clear congressional authority that Congress needs to carry when putting on a regulation that has significant economic or political impacts.
- An example of Major Questions Doctrine was West Virginia v. EPA and the Clean Power Plan. Read more about the case here.
- This article offers a breakdown to understand more of the Dodd Frank Act, what it’s comprised of and its implications.
- Steve relates these concepts from the title and real estate perspective through Title X (Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act) and Title XIV (Mortgage Reform and Anti-Predatory Lending Act) of Dodd Frank.
- Read about the Community Financial Services Association of America Ltd.(CFSA), CFPB (Consumer Financial Protection Bureau) case here.
- Amicus briefs are usually filed in appellate courts by businesses, government entities and other associations toward a specific case to show the impact a case may have on people outside the parties involved. Take a look at some of the most recent examples of amicus briefs.
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