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Mark A. Blount, Attorney at Law

Mark Blount has a law practice in Chester (NJ)
908-879-8225
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Coppel Laughlin et al, Chester, NJ 07930
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  • New Jersey (NJ) 1993
  • Pennsylvania (PA) 1994
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    New Jersey

    Morris: Chester
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    'Disparate impact' doctrine troubling property owners, mortgage lenders
    Inman.com The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, which has regulatory authority over the Equal Credit Opportunity Act, has announced that it plans to apply a disparate impact theory of discrimination to lending, including mortgages. CFPB's biggest mortgage ... more »
    Privacy Commissioner concerned about Google Glass, sends letter to Google
    ITBusiness.ca The device is slated to be available to consumers by winter 2013. Still, this isn't the first time Google Glass has raised the ire of those anxious to protect their privacy from scrutinizing, Glass-covered eyes. Earlier this month, the New Jersey... more »
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