In July of this year, Fannie Mae announced an update to the Agency’s Seller and Servicer Guidelines to include requirements that mortgage loan sellers and servicers comply with state address confidentiality programs (ADCONs), and to enter coding for borrowers who identify themselves as participants in such programs (SEL-2022-06; SVC-2022-05). Fannie Mae’s announcement
Rachel M. LaBruyere
Rachel LaBruyere is a privacy and litigation associate in Bradley's Charlotte office. She regularly advises clients on CCPA and GDPR compliance issues. Before joining Bradley, Rachel served as a Legal Intern in the United States Attorneys' Office and an Appellate Litigation Intern in the Office of the General Counsel at the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. Prior to law school, Rachel spent more than five years managing digital strategy for technology companies.
What You Need to Know About Address Confidentiality Programs
The High-Stakes Compliance Risk You Probably Haven’t Heard Of
This is the first installment in Bradley’s series on Address Confidentiality Programs.
While many businesses have been focused on CCPA compliance, there is another set of state privacy laws that may be flying under your organization’s radar. These lesser known statutes are often referred to as…
Tracking Privacy: State Developments to Keep an Eye On
We are a little more than two weeks into the new year and we’ve already seen several states introduce comprehensive privacy legislation on the heels of California’s Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA). It is no easy task to stay on top of (potentially) 50 different privacy requirements, each with differing applicability standards, definitions, requirements, obligations, and…