Report The Title Report is
the source for up-to-the-minute, nationwide reporting on title
insurance and settlement services news, e-commerce and title
technology, real estate market trends, fraud reports, ratings
actions and earnings reports, mergers and acquisitions, niche
markets, competitive business strategies and regulatory and
The Legal Description
The Legal Description covers the most important federal and state
legislation and regulation, and provides updates on current
lawsuits, regulatory investigations, and agency guidance.
Up-to-the-minute, nationwide reporting is designed to provide
readers with fraud prevention tactics, notary oversight ideas, best
practices for e-closing procedures and more.
Feature reports, expert interviews, hard-hitting analysis and
breaking news are tailored to give appraisal industry professionals
information that’s both useful and usable. Appraisal business best
practices, industry developments, legislative and regulatory news,
and technology offerings are all covered regularly. If it’s on the
minds of the appraisal industry, it’s in Valuation Review.
RESPA News regularly provides insight on topics like RESPA reform,
the future of RESPA and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau,
pertinent case law, the intersection of RESPA and state laws, and
new enforcement trends. The resource also includes highly practical
RESPA Q&A’s, a “Tip Jar,” a “This Week in Washington” column, TILA
news and Dodd-Frank news.
Dodd Frank Update
Coverage to help professionals across the financial services
spectrum to stay abreast of the agencies named in the act and their
directives under it, and details how the various portions of the new
law affect the different industries it reaches. Dodd Frank Update
also covers the creation of Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
rulemakings, mortgage reform and other news impacting the financial
'lectric Law Library
This site offers an "eclectic" collection of information
geared mainly for the legal profession, but also including a variety
of non-legal oriented materials that anyone might use.
for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction
CALI is a collaborative effort of Minnesota Law School and Harvard
Law School to provide computer-assisted legal tutorials written by
professors from around the country.
Law School's Legal Information Institute
LII gives you access to recent Supreme Court Decisions as well as
providing an additional venue for Cornell Law School publications
and commentary by faculty, staff and students.
Findlaw provides links to a variety of legal web sites, but also
contains a search engine of legal web sites as well as the ability
to search for law reviews.
The web site for the Association of Trial Lawyers of America. The
site provides a vast assemblage of information, links, updates, and
resources for the protection of rights of consumers and victims.
HG is a very large legal site which provides over 10,000 links, over
12,000 pages ranging from practice areas to discussion groups and
Legal Resource Site
The comprehensive guide to legal resources on the Internet.
LJX provides daily news in the legal world from the proprietary
publications of National Law Journal and New York Law Journal. It
also contains links to recent state and federal court decisions.
of Federal Regulations
Library of Congress
Highway Traffic Safety Administration
Safety and Health Administration
THOMAS: Legislative Information on the Internet
Consumer Product Safety Commission
Environmental Protection Agency
House of Representatives
Patent and Trademark Office