Frandzel Managing Shareholder Hemal Master Named Minority Leader of Influence
Frandzel Robins Bloom & Csato, L.C. announced today that Managing Shareholder Hemal Master has been recognized as a minority leader of influence in a special feature by the […]
California’s Commercial Finance Disclosure Laws: A Guide
With California’s commercial financing disclosure laws becoming effective on Dec. 9, Andrew K. Alper of Frandzel Robins Bloom & Csato provides an updated and detailed guide to the […]
Inflation: Transitory or Here to Stay?
High inflation is the topic de jure as prices continue to rise in the post-pandemic economic recovery. Policy makers, bankers, consumers and business people are all asking whether […]
As Foreclosure Relief Ends, California’s SB-1079 Back In The Spotlight
California’s recently enacted foreclosure reform laws promulgated under SB-1079 (the “Bill”) received much attention when it went into effect at the beginning of the year amid economic uncertainty […]
Amicus Brief Filed by CFPB Requests Fourth Circuit to Avoid Creating a Home Loan Arbitration Loophole
The Truth in Lending Act (TILA) generally prohibits arbitration clauses in home loan transactions. Last year, a class action was filed in state court and later removed to […]
Does The Section 1111(b) Election Mean Different Things in Subchapter V Than in Traditional Chapter 11 Cases?
In re Body Transit, Inc., 2020 WL 4574907 (E.D. Penn. August 7, 2020) was one of the first published bankruptcy decisions involving the intersection between the so-called “1111(b) […]
What more can the Fed do?
With coronavirus cases rising and Washington in partisan gridlock, the likelihood of more aggressive Fed action is rising As the coronavirus continues to wreak havoc, the US economy […]
SBA Creates Safe Harbor From Certification Review for Recipients of PPP Loans Less Than $2 Million
The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (or “CARES”) Act includes a Small Business Administration (“SBA”) Paycheck Protection Program (“PPP”). The PPP was intended to provide unsecured loans […]
Does Your Website Offer “Equal Access”?
As the landscape of business and other services continue to evolve from physical brick and mortar stores to online websites, courts across the country have been seeing an […]