Volume 62 - Number 2

February 2007 Issue, Vol. 62 No. 2

The Business Lawyer

February 2007 Issue, Vol. 62 No. 2

Complete collection for February 2007

The Business Lawyer - February 2007, vol. 62, no 2; The Legal Opinion Risk Seminar Papers

The Business Lawyer - February 2007, vol. 62, no 2; Recipient Counsel Responsibilities and Concerns

The Business Lawyer - February 2007, vol. 62, no 2; Ethics Issues in Opinion Practice

The Business Lawyer - February 2007, vol. 62, no 2;Report of the New York City Bar Association Task Force on the Lawyer’s Role in Corporate Governance--November 2006 [Excerpted for Publication in The Business Lawyer]

The Business Lawyer - February 2007, vol. 62, no 2; The Next Generation: The Revised Uniform Limited Liability Company Act

The Business Lawyer - February 2007, vol. 62, no 2; Introduction to the 2007 Annual Survey of Consumer Financial Services Law

62(2): 559 - 562 (February 2007)
This Note relates to the subject of the Introduction above, as well as an article published in last year’s Survey: Peter Cubita and Michelle Harmann, The ECOA Discrimination Proscription and Disparate Impact – Interpreting the Meaning of the Words That Actually Are There.

The Business Lawyer - February 2007, vol. 62, no 2; Truth in Lending Update--2006

The Business Lawyer - February 2007, vol. 62, no 2; Fax, E-Mail, and Telephone: Federal Regulation of Marketing Methods

62(2): 587 - 598 (February 2007)
This part of the Consumer Law Survey discusses two noteworthy developments in the field of personal property finance. First, we discuss California’s novel “Car Buyer’s Bill of Rights” that went into effect July 1, 2006. Second, we discuss how a growing number of states have enacted laws that address the issue of “spot delivery.”

62(2): 599 - 615 (February 2007)
Over the last two years, RESPA has continued to be the subject to significant government enforcement action, class action litigation, and regulatory speculation. HUD has continued its drumbeat of published settlements, which are fast becoming another source of “common law” for RESPA interpretation. As described below, HUD particularly focused its regulatory efforts of captive reinsurance and joint venture structures to facilitate illegal kickbacks for the referral of mortgage lending businesses.

The Business Lawyer - February 2007, vol. 62, no 2; Predatory Lending Law Developments and Assignee Liability Under HOEPA and State Law

The Business Lawyer - February 2007, vol. 62, no 2; Data Privacy and Security: Recent Developments Affecting Consumer Finance

The Business Lawyer - February 2007, vol. 62, no 2; Survey of Significant Consumer Privacy Litigation in the United States in 2006

The Business Lawyer - February 2007, vol. 62, no 2; Dealer Rate Participation Class Actions Under the ECOA: Have We Reached the End of the Road?

The Business Lawyer - February 2007, vol. 62, no 2; Current Developments in Payment Systems, Deposit Accounts, and Electronic Delivery of Financial Services

The Business Lawyer - February 2007, vol. 62, no 2; Motor Vehicle Lease Advertising via the Internet

The Business Lawyer - February 2007, vol. 62, no 2; Class Action Waivers Gain Legislative and Judicial Traction

The Business Lawyer - February 2007, vol. 62, no 2; Mired in the Process?: The Future of State Bank Preemption

The Business Lawyer - February 2007, vol. 62, no 2; Federal and State Fair Debt Collection Practices Law Developments

The Business Lawyer - February 2007, vol. 62, no 2; Compliance Program Management for Financial Services Institutions in Today’s Environment,x-default

The Business Lawyer - February 2007, vol. 62, no 2; 2007 Annual Survey of Consumer Financial Services Law collection

The Business Lawyer - February 2007, vol. 62, no 2; Annual Survey of Judicial Developments Pertaining to Mergers and Acquisitions

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