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Arizona Board of Appraisal Dismisses USPAP Violation Complaint Filed by Chase Bank. Here’s Why it Matters. —Appraisers Guild

At Stake was Client Confidentiality   The Appraisers Guild reports on an important bit of recent case law.  On August 10, the Arizona Board of Appraisal dismissed the USPAP violation complaint filed by Chase Bank against John Dingeman on initial file review.  Why is this newsworthy?  Because it represents a major victory for appraisers everywhere.  Dingeman, has been fighting strong arm tactics employed by ...

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SEC Ramps Up—New Enforcement Tools Include Cluster Analysis, Fuzzy Matching. Plus—Open Channels to DOJ, FBI.

"With New Firepower, S.E.C. Tracks Bigger Game,"  Ben Protess and Azam Ahmed  report at the New York Times Dealbook. Embarrassed after missing the warning signs of the financial crisis and the Ponzi scheme of Bernard L. Madoff, the agency’s enforcement division has adopted several new — if somewhat unconventional — strategies to restore its credibility. The S.E.C. is taking its cue from criminal authorities ...

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