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Anthony Sharett a Speaker at Mortgage Bankers Conference on Compliance

News / April 7, 2016

Partner Anthony Sharett will speak at the Mortgage Bankers Association Legal Issues and Regulatory Compliance Conference on May 2, 2016, in Denver. Sharett will participate in a panel discussion of “Examination and Enforcement Update.”

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