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Robert M. Jaworski and Barbara Mishkin

Partners, Reed Smith, LLP
Robert M. Jaworski is a partner in the Financial Services Regulatory Group of Reed Smith, LLP in Princeton, New Jersey and a former Deputy Commissioner of the New Jersey Department of Banking. He is also Co-Chair of the RESPA and Housing Finance Subcommittee of the American Bar Associations Consumer Financial Services Committee; the former Editor of Pratts Mortgage Compliance letter, a national publication on mortgage compliance issues; and the Secretary of the Board of Directors of the New Jersey Bar Associations Banking Law Section. Mr. Jaworski provides federal and state compliance and regulatory advice to banks, mortgage lenders and other consumer financial services providers, and regularly assists Reed Smith litigators in defending financial institutions in individual and class actions. He has written on real estate topics for several LexisNexis publications, including Real Estate Financing (LexisNexis Matthew Bender), which features his Special Alert on State Governmental Responses to Problems in the Subprime Mortgage Loan Origination Business.
 
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Barbara Mishkin is a member of the Financial Services Regulatory Group of Reed Smith LLP and is a partner in the firms Philadelphia office. She concentrates her practice on banking law and consumer compliance. The federal laws she has dealt with extensively include the Truth in Lending Act, the Equal Credit Opportunity Act, the Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act, the Fair Credit Reporting Act, the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, and the Gramm-Leach Bliley Act. Her practice regularly involves the evolving area of preemption and the interplay between federal and state laws. Barbara is a member of the American College of Consumer Financial Services Attorneys.
 
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