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The Florida Legislature anticipated that many title agencies, real estate profesionals and loan profesionals e.g. mortgage brokers and real estate brokers would supplement their business by helping distressed homeowners. In light of the complaints recieved by the Attorney General's office regarding persons whom were swindled, cheated or just misguided, the legislature reacted with the passing a new Unfair and Deceptive Trade Practice.
Essentially, this new law prohibits... Read More
While I believe that an attorney versed in the Federal Disability Retirement process can be helpful at all stages of the process, at the Third Stage -- the Merit Systems Protection Board stage -- the input, assistance, and representation of an experienced attorney can be invaluable. This is essentially the "last" stage of the three-stage process. Of course, there are two additional stages, but both concern an appeal -- in the event that the... Read More
This week, New Yorkers for Accessible Health Coverage ("NYFAHC") and the New York Immigration Coalition (the "NYIC") jointly published an issue brief co-authored by Mark Scherzer and Jenny Rejeske, examining health coverage for immigrants in New York.
The work was funded by a grant from the New York... Read More