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Category : Legal Updates & Resources

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Legal Updates & Resources

DOJ ANNOUNCES $20 MILLION SETTLEMENT IN MAJOR REDLINING INVESTIGATION

Cecilia Echezabal
The Department of Justice (DOJ) and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) announced jointly yesterday a $20 million settlement with lender Trident Mortgage, alleging that the company engaged in discriminatory lending practices as well as that employees used slurs and racist language in their internal communications....
AdvocacyLegal Updates & Resources

LEGAL UPDATE: Make sure you have copyright safe harbor protections!

Evian White De Leon
COPYRIGHT VIOLATIONS ARE ON THE RISE MIAMI REALTORS®’ members have seen an uptick in demand letters and lawsuits alleging copyright infringement based on the photographs in MLS listings. REALTOR® members across the state are also seeing this – even when the alleged copyright violation stems from a listing that is......

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