The Wisconsin Supreme Court will answer this question in Bank of New York v. Carson, No. 2013AP544. It heard argument in this case last Tuesday.
The case began more than 3 1/2 years ago when a widow—physically and...more
On April 5, Maine Governor Paul LePage signed into law LD 1389, which expedites foreclosures on properties determined by a court to be abandoned by shortening the redemption period from 90 to 45 days....more
The ability of a minority owner in a closely held family business to obtain liquidity for her interest in the company is often very limited. There is not a great market to buy small holdings in such companies. There are also...more
A federal court of appeals held out the possibility that insider trading prohibitions – at least under the classic theory – do not apply to mutual fund redemptions.
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit...more
Before concluding its legislative session, the Alabama Legislature passed a bill that provides a lender additional protection when a lender is forced to redeem property due to its borrower’s failure to pay property taxes on...more
So you are an investment adviser registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) under the Investment Advisers Act of 1940, as amended (“Advisers Act”). You currently manage separate accounts and, perhaps, one...more
Bankruptcy trustees and debtors routinely attempt to increase the amount of money available to creditors in a bankruptcy case by “clawing back” funds transferred by the debtor to another party. Several sections of the...more
On June 5, 2013, the Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) voted to release its long-awaited proposals to make significant revisions to the rules governing money market mutual funds (“money funds”), as well as to adopt...more
Recognizing MERS’s role in modern day mortgage lending, the Arizona Court of Appeals confirmed in Delo v. GMAC Mortgage, LLC that tax lien purchasers must notify MERS when identified in the Deed of Trust before foreclosing on...more
In Alabama, when a property owner fails to pay his ad valorem property taxes, his property may be sold at a public auction to the highest bidder (the “tax purchaser”). Statutory law in Alabama provides that the owner of the...more
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