SEC Ruling’s Impact on FTC vs LREAB

SEC Ruling Impacts the FTC vs Louisiana Real Estate Appraisal Board

Today’s ruling is a victory for the rule of law and due process…

Does this directly impacts the FTC vs Louisiana Real Estate Appraisal Board?

Hensarling Applauds Supreme Court Ruling on SEC Administrative Law Judges

WASHINGTON – House Financial Services Committee Chairman Jeb Hensarling (R-TX) issued the following statement today applauding a Supreme Court ruling which found that the Securities and Exchange Commission’s (SEC) use of in-house administrative law judges (ALJs) unconstitutional.

“Today’s ruling is a victory for the rule of law and due process. Chairman Clayton had already started to move the SEC away from the previous Administration’s overreliance on ALJs, and I commend him for this action. Administrative proceedings, when used by the SEC or any agency, must guarantee fundamental fairness for all market participants.”

‘Appraiser Liability Issues’ Webinar

Join NAR Tuesday, July 17th from 11am – 12pm Central Time, as Peter Christensen, General Counsel with LIA Administrators & Insurance Services, discusses current liability issues that appraisers face, in this 45 minute webinar with 15 minutes of Q&A.

Register Here.

Update on Group Travel to AppraiserFest:

VaCAP has spoken to several travel agents in regards to a group rate for travel to AppraiserFest. This is not working out as we had hoped, so please make your own travel arrangements to AppraiserFest. The website has new information concerning hotels and Phil Crawford, Voice of Appraisal announced on Friday ASA is now a sponsor of AppraiserFest! Check it out at

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SEC Ruling’s Impact on FTC vs LREAB

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