Month: June 2018
When Do Title and Settlement Services Constitute the Unauthorized Practice of Law? Rhode Island Gives Notice.
Sometimes the line between services provided by non-attorney title and settlement professionals and those by lawyers becomes blurred. This happens in states where it is common practice for a title agent representative to appear at a mortgage closing and in the course of managing the title and disbursement side of things, fill in on a […]
“Data privacy” and “data security” are terms most lenders are hearing over and over again these days. The reasons for this are numerous but include federal and state regulator focus on the issue, increased publicity over wire fraud and data storage breaches in business and industry, and heightened concern by consumers about how their sensitive […]