Richard D. Marsico

Richard D. Marsico is a professor of law at New York Law School. This article is based on his “Looking Back and Looking Ahead as the Home Mortgage Disclosure Act Turns Thirty-Five: The Role of Public Disclosure of Lending Data in a Time of Financial Crisis,” Review of Banking and Financial Law 29 (2009-2010): 205.

HMDA at 35

The improved Home Mortgage Disclosure Act can be a tool for fighting predatory lending, but it could and should go further.

Shel Trapp, Organizer, NPA Founder, Dies at 75

Shel Trapp, along with NPA co-founder Gale Cincotta, was central to the passage of HMDA in 1975, as well as to the passage of...