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  • Default Mode: How Ocwen Skirts California’s Mortgage Laws

    Default Mode: How Ocwen Skirts California’s Mortgage Laws

    • May 5, 2014

    Lost documents. Incomplete and confusing information. Mysterious fees. Payments received but not applied. Homeowners waiting for a loan modification and suddenly placed in foreclosure. A nightmare of uncertainty, frustration and fear. These incidents, described to me by numerous homeowners, mortgage counselors and defense lawyers, were supposed to be a thing of the past in California.

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  • State Labor Legislation, 2012: Wins and Losses

    State Labor Legislation, 2012: Wins and Losses

    • October 3, 2012

    This legislative session brought some exciting victories as well as some deep disappointments. Labor accomplished big things this year that benefit all Californians but when it came to advancing worker protections, many of those bills were vetoed. Successes: Homeowners’ Bill of Rights: Early in the year, Labor joined forces with Attorney General Kamala Harris to

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  • State Gives Struggling Homeowners a "Fighting Shot"

    State Gives Struggling Homeowners a "Fighting Shot"

    • July 18, 2012

      You don’t have to be a recent homeowner to know how precarious the housing market has been since the bubble popped in 2007. Consider this, for example: Today half of all San Bernardino County homeowners have to put on scuba gear to view their mortgages. Last week, however, just as that county toyed with

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