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Increased enforcement of labor and employment laws puts a premium on the reliable guidance required to successfully anticipate and respond to compliance demands in a legally sound and enterprise-friendly manner
This “one-stop resource” allows you to easily access the vital insights you need to deal with a host of increasingly complex real-world labor management issues, including obligations under executive orders affecting labor relations of federal contractors; federal preemption of state regulation; reporting requirements of unions and employers; protected and unprotected activity; duty to bargain; unfair labor practice case procedures; and regulation of union dues and administration. Labor Management Law Answer Book 2011 incorporates planning opportunities and strategies affording you a truly actionable tool you can use to optimize proactive decision-making.
Updated annually, Labor Management Law Answer Book 2011 is a vital compliance tool for in-house and outside corporate attorneys and an important reference for corporate executives and managers.
Mortgage finance has always been heavily regulated. In the past year, new requirements mandated by Dodd-Frank and other reform initiatives have made it even more complex. PLI’s new Mortgage Finance Regulation Answer Book 2011-12 unravels the complexity and walks you through each element of the current regulatory requirements.
Using an easy Q & A format, Mortgage Finance Regulation Answer Book 2011-12:
Helps you understand the regulations applicable to every step of the mortgage application and issuance process
Describes all of the federal requirements, and their implications, under each of the relevant statutes, including the Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act (RESPA), the Home Mortgage Disclosure Act (HMDA), the Truth in Lending Act (TILA), the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) and many others
Compares the differences in privacy, disclosure and other requirements between the different federal statutes
Contains an introductory chapter on residential mortgage loan basics, written in plain English with the non-expert in mind
Written by seasoned practitioners from Patton Boggs who have successfully represented a wide range of clients in both the residential and commercial mortgage banking industries, Mortgage Finance Regulation Answer Book 2011-12 is filled with compliance suggestions that can help you avoid or minimize client problems.
Mortgage Finance Regulation Answer Book 2011-12 will quickly become your “go to” guide when it comes to understanding the current federal requirements and how they inter-relate with each other.
Please note, there is a typo in the filing instructions for Hillman on Commercial Loan Documentation Release #11. The instructions ask you to remove old pages I-1 to I-23 and replace them with 27-1 to I-23. You should actually replace them with pages 27-1 to I-22. There is no longer a page I-23 in this book.
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