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Fowler School of Law Professor Kurt Eggert Testifies Before Congress

June 3, 2016 by | Faculty

Chapman University Dale E. Fowler School of Law Professor Kurt Eggert was invited to testify before a congressional subcommittee on May 11 regarding the issue of regulation in daily fantasy sports. The testimony was heard by the Energy and Commerce Committee. In his testimony, Professor Eggert offered examples of ways that “professional” fantasy sports players

Fowler School of Law’s Alona Cortese Elder Law Center Highlighted in The Orange County Register

November 20, 2015 by | General News

Chapman University Dale E. Fowler School of Law’s Alona Cortese Elder Law Center was featured in The Orange County Register on Monday, November 16, in an article entitled “Chapman’s Alona Cortese Elder Law Center provides free legal services to seniors.” The Center takes on issues involving elder abuse, health care, government benefits and senior housing,

Faculty in the News – July 2012

August 1, 2012 by | Faculty

Professor Rotunda on FCPA and protecting investors – Legal Newsline Professor Caso comments on the key legal difference between  mortgage loans and ordinary securities – Thomson Reuters News & Insight   John Eastman on immigration and the U.S. Constitution –New York Times Professor Eggert on eminent domain and the foreclosure crisis – Los Angeles Times

Professor Eggert Speaks on Proposed Foreclosure Legislation

May 20, 2012 by | Faculty

Professor Eggert spoke on proposed legislation that State Attorney General Kamala Harris and other proponents are pushing for to prevent foreclosure abuses by having stricter mortgage rules.   The proposals are part of what Democratic legislators call an allied “Homeowners Bill of Rights.” Professor Eggert, in pointing out that under the present laws mortgage payment collectors often

L.A. Times and Others Quote Professor Eggert on Foreclosure Deal

February 13, 2012 by | Faculty

Between the Los Angele Times and KABC radio, Professor Eggert has been all quoted all over the media since California and New York joined more than 40 0ther states in a settlement with banks that conducted abusive foreclosure practices, such as Bank of America Corp., JPMorgan Chase & Co., Ally Financial Inc., Citigroup, and Wells

Professor Eggert Quoted in Article on Foreclosure

January 27, 2012 by | Faculty

Professor Eggert was quoted in an article on foreclosure in iWatch News.  Stories from “the great recession” continue to be published as reporters across the country analyze the breakdown of mortgage companies, and how the lending industry’s collapse affects homeowners in foreclosure today.  The author writes, “Much of the blame can be directed at a

Professor Eggert Quoted in LA Times

December 21, 2011 by | Faculty

The Los Angeles Times recently reported that California Attorney General Kamala D. Harris is suing Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac to force the mortgage companies to answer questions about their role in California’s housing meltdown. The Los Angeles Times writes that, “the housing finance agency, through outside counsel, argued that the questions posed by California

Professor Eggert Quoted in L.A. Times

December 1, 2011 by | Faculty

A recent article in the Los Angeles Times reported that Massachusetts became the first state to file a lawsuit against the nation’s five biggest mortgage lenders; the lawsuit seeks relief for homeowners foreclosed on during the housing crisis. Regarding the significance of the case, Professor Kurt Eggert stated, “This is an important move because to

Professor Eggert Quoted in LA Times on Foreclosure

November 2, 2011 by | Faculty

An article in the Los Angeles Times reported that on Tuesday, November 1st, under orders from federal regulators, 14 mortgage servicers began mailing out over 4 million letters to potential victims of wrongful foreclosure practices. Recipients of these letters have the opportunity to submit their case for a free review by independent consultants, and may

Professor Eggert Testified Before US Congressional Subcommittee

October 25, 2011 by | Faculty

On Tuesday, October 25, Professor Kurt Eggert testified before the United States Congressional Subcommittee on Commerce, Manufacturing, and Trade. Professor Eggert advocated for more consumer protection in the realm on online gambling. Watch how Professor Eggert explained of the difficulties of online regulation at the Congressional hearing is entitled “Internet Gaming: Is there a Safe

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