For the first time in several years, the Social Security Administration has resumed sending out a large volume of so-called "no-match" letters, in which the agency notifies employers that the Social Security number stated by an employee during the hiring process does not match the information reflected in the Social Security Administration's records. read more

The court in Black Sky Capital, LLC v. Cobb (2017) held that Section 580d does not preclude a "sold-out" junior lienholder from seeking a deficiency judgment, even when the same lender holds both the senior and junior liens. While Black Sky was positive for lenders, the case created a split of opinion on this issue among courts of appeal, which could only be resolved by the California Supreme Court. read more

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