Tanya Marsh

Professor Tanya Marsh participates in ABA ‘Professors’ Corner’ Teleconference on Property Cases

Professor Tanya Marsh will be part of the ABA’s “Professor’s Corner” teleconference a 12:30 EST on Wednesday, June 13, featuring three property professors who will discuss recent cases. Continue reading »

Professor Tanya Marsh participates in ABA ‘Professors’ Corner’ Teleconference on Property Cases

Professor Tanya Marsh will be part of the ABA’s “Professor’s Corner” teleconference a 12:30 EST on Wednesday, May 9, to discuss Roundy’s Inc. v. National Labor Relations Board. Continue reading »

CLE course regarding commercial real estate remedies is offered Aug. 24 free to law students

Law students who are interested in “Revisiting Commercial Real Estate Remedies in Troubling Times” have the chance to dial in to an ABA CLE course for free later this month. Continue reading »

One More Casualty of the Foreclosure Crisis: Property Tax Revenues

The Home Defenders League, a community activist organization in California, released a report last week with the provocative title of “Home Wreckers: How Wall Street Foreclosure are Devastating Communities.” Continue reading »

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The Cost of Surrendering the 30-Year Fixed Rate Mortgage Loan

Professor Tanya Marsh’s latest post on the Huffington Post.com takes on the New York Times and the 30-year fixed rate mortgage.

“The New York Times ran a story earlier this week suggesting that if Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac cease to exist, the 30-year fixed-rate residential mortgage loan would become a “luxury” product rather than the norm. This kind of shift could have profound economic consequences that policymakers need to carefully consider. Continue reading »

Understanding the Commercial Real Estate Debt Crisis

Tonya D. Marsh, Assistant Professor of  Law, recently published a short essay on Harvard Business Law Review Online. Continue reading »

Critics say MERS foreclosure halt shows broken business model

Professor Tanya Marsh was quoted on housing foreclosure  in a Feb. 18 by Housingwire.com. Continue reading »

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A Government-Mandated Foreclosure Moratorium Is a Popular (and Bad) Idea

A new poll released by the Washington Post shows that just over half of Americans, and two-thirds of Democrats, believe that the government should impose a temporary moratorium on foreclosures. On the eve of an important election, the White House is definitely caught in a bad spot. Read the full story »

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The Scary New American Cemetery: The Death of Individual Burial Choice and Custom

Wake Forest Legal Scholar Examines 60 Years of Cemetery Law and Finds Commercialization Has Replaced Individual Choice, Family Custom and Religious Belief in Burial Decisions Continue reading »