Baker Sterchi's Financial Services Law Blog explores current events, litigation trends, regulations, and hot topics in the financial services industry. This blog informs readers of issues affecting a wide range of financial services, including mortgage lending, auto finance, and credit card/retail transactions. Learn more about the editor, Megan Stumph-Turner, and our Financial Services practice.
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