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Marie F. Hogan

Marie F. Hogan is Of Counsel in the firm’s San Francisco office. She has practiced law in California for more than thirty years with a core emphasis on representing commercial banks, other depository institutions and financial service companies in connection with mortgage lending, bank operations, loan workouts, consumer law and compliance, credit and debit cards, …

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Feds Target Payday Lenders: The New Enforcement Reality

By Marie Hogan and Jonathan Joseph The President of the United States sent a wake-up call to the payday lending industry in his 2012 State of the Union speech that they are a target of federal enforcement action by the new Consumer Protection Financial Bureau or CFPB.   President Obama exclaimed: “If you’re a mortgage lender …

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Joseph Law Expands its Banking Industry Expertise with Addition of Marie Hogan

SAN FRANCISCO, CA – September 30, 2010. Joseph Law Corporation announced today that it has expanded its banking law expertise through the addition of Marie F. Hogan as Of Counsel to the firm.   Ms. Hogan brings more than thirty years of high level banking experience to the  firm with a core emphasis on representing commercial …

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Jonathan Joseph to Present “Dodd-Frank Executive Compensation and Corporate Governance” Webinar for CalBar

SAN FRANCISCO, CA – August 12, 2010. Joseph Law Corporation announced today that its Managing Partner, Jonathan D. Joseph, will present “Dodd-Frank’s Corporate Governance and Executive Compensation Requirements For Public Companies:  Why Planning Now For 2011 is Essential”  via a live 60 minute webinar on August 18, 2010.  The Calbar’s description of Mr. Joseph’s webinar …

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JOSEPH LAW NEWSBRIEF — “Say On Pay”: Lessons From Keycorp’s 2010 “No On Pay” Vote

By Jonathan D. Joseph* President Obama is expected to sign the Dodd-Frank Bill in July.  Upon signing, a   mandatory shareholder vote requirement related to executive compensation known as “Say on Pay” will become applicable to about 10,000 public companies. During the 2010 proxy season, just over 600 public companies included “say on pay” votes in …

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