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In a white paper released, the Department of the Treasury, the Department of Housing and Urban Development and the Federal Housing Finance Agency outlined five principles to guide the creation of future foreclosure prevention programs. With many of the crisis-era homeowner assistance programs winding down at the end of 2016, the agencies said that accessibility, affordability, sustainability transparency and accountability should guide the development of new loss mitigation programs and encouraged investors and servicers to collaborate on developing and implementin...

The Justice Department is suing to block two proposed mergers between major health insurance companies, saying the deals violate antitrust laws and would lead to higher health care costs for Americans.

U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch explained the decision at a press conference:

"If allowed to proceed, these mergers would fundamentally reshape the health insurance industry. They would leave much of the multitrillion-dollar health insurance industry in the hands of three mammoth insurance companies, drastically constricting competition in a number of key markets t...

Ocwen Financial Corp. OCN agreed to settle a couple of lawsuits that alleged it of providing misleading data related to the loans it was servicing. The company revealed this agreement in a filing with Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).

The lawsuits were filed by Michael Fisher and the U.S. Justice Department (DoJ) in 2012. Ocwen will be paying $15 million to both Fischer and the DoJ, though the settlement is yet to receive legal approval. Notably, the company neither accepted nor denied any wrong doing.

Improper Disclosures Related to HAMP

The lawsuits, f...

Members who have health coverage through Blue Shield of California are suing the insurer, alleging the company owes $35 million in additional rebates because it included faulty payments within its medical-loss ratio a few years ago.

Two Blue Shield members, Becky Ebenkamp and Rebecca Morris, filed the class-action lawsuit on behalf of more than 446,000 other people who bought an individual Blue Shield plan in 2014.

One of the lead attorneys for the plaintiffs is Jay Angoff, a former Missouri insurance commissioner and former director of the CMS' Center for Consum...

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