J.C. Boggs was named the person of the week by MortgageOrb as he weighed in on the current housing-market issues, including the government's...
J.C. Boggs was named the person of the week by MortgageOrb as he weighed in on the current housing-market issues, including the government's appropriate role.
Mr. Boggs, in an interview, discussed topics such as the $300 billion mortgage insurance fund partially financed by Fannie and Freddie, greater oversight of the mortgage market in the form of a federal supervisor, and other topics relating to the overall current housing-market crisis.
Mr. Boggs concentrates his practice in government law, public policy and legislative and regulatory representation. He represents financial services and technology companies before Congress and the executive branch with respect to financial reform and modernization legislation, Federal Home Loan Bank modernization, pension reform legislation, federal appropriations, congressional investigations, information security policy, privacy and other consumer protection requirements. Mr. Boggs previously served as Banking and Governmental Affairs Committee counsel to U.S. Senator William V. Roth, Jr. (R-DE), where he advised on a broad range of legislative and policy matters, including successful enactment of landmark interstate banking and branching legislation.