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January 10, 2013

Mortgage Settlement Deadline January 18

National Mortgage Settlement — You May Be Eligible for a Distribution Nevada’s Office of the Attorney General, Bureau of Consumer Protection, is contacting Nevada residents who are […]
March 19, 2012

Nevada Journal interviews Tisha Black about the Multi-State Settlement

The Nevada Journal interviewed Tisha Black about the detailed settlement documents that the Obama administration and 49 state attorneys general filed with the U.S. District Court in […]
March 15, 2012

How To Combat Real Estate Fraud

Even though the Attorney General’s office is in charge of investigating fraud in Nevada, the tide of real estate fraud scams have been rising steadily as […]
February 17, 2012

The Multi-State Settlement Part 2 of 3: What it Really Means to Nevadans

The big “winners” in the Multi-State Settlement (“MSS”) are Florida and California who have exacted approximately half of all MSS monies between them. Regardless of these […]
February 16, 2012

The Multi-State Settlement Part 1 of 3: What Has Happened

Wall Street knew all of the mortgages were bad when they created or bought and sold them. Furthermore, they knew the warranties of quality they made […]
September 30, 2011

AB 284 Starts October 1, 2011

Assembly Bill 284, called the “Foreclosure Reform Law”,  goes into effect tomorrow, October 1, 2011. Tisha Black Chernine participated in a working group along with Nevada […]
December 23, 2010

Channel 13 Article: How Bank of America is deceiving Nevada homeowners

Contact 13 is learning more about the Attorney General’s lawsuit against Bank of America. Chief Investigator Darcy Spears has been exposing the bank’s misdeeds for half […]
October 14, 2010

Nationwide joint investigation could make banks subject to fines

A joint investigation by every state and the District of Columbia could force mortgage companies to settle allegations that they used flawed documents to foreclose on […]
October 11, 2010

Nevada Attorney General letter requests B of A to suspend foreclosures

Click to read Attorney General Catherine Masto’s letter to Bank of America.