Items Tagged with 'Mayer Brown'


  • Phillip Schulman, partner at Mayer Brown, to speak at

    Will speak on RESPA co-marketing panel
    Lenders and real estate agents have to be careful as they navigate the murky compliance waters of MSAs, co-advertising arrangements, desk rentals and lead generation agreements. That's why we've invited Phillip Schulman, a partner in Mayer Brown's Washington D.C. office, to lead a discussion at on RESPA and co-marketing concerns.
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  • Former First Guaranty general counsel Michael McElroy joins Mayer Brown

    McElroy will be based at firm’s Washington D.C. office
    Mayer Brown announced it has named finance attorney Michael McElroy as a partner resident in its Washington, D.C. office. McElroy, who joins the firm after serving as the general counsel and secretary for First Guaranty Mortgage, will focus his practice on a range of matters related to the mortgage banking and consumer finance industries.
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  • Mayer Brown partner James Tanenbaum resigns after allegations of inappropriate conduct surface

    Capital markets specialist steps down after a week on the job
    James Tanenbaum, a well-known capital markets specialist, resigned from his position as a partner at Mayer Brown this week after allegations that he engaged in inappropriate conduct at his former firm surfaced. Tanenbaum began working at Mayer Brown just over a week ago, but resigned Thursday after several legal industry publications published articles detailing Tanenbaum’s allegedly inappropriate conduct while working at Morrison & Foerster.
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  • Mayer Brown welcomes consumer financial services group

    Group will represent its Financial Services Regulatory & Enforcement practice
    Mayer Brown added a new consumer financial services group of partners to its team. The group brings more than 20 years of experience in regulatory counseling, enforcement defense and transactional advice to mortgage and auto lenders, consumer finance companies, credit card issuers and investment banks.
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