Lender Processing Services (LPS) is back in the spotlight. Recently, LPS agreed to pay $35 million as a result of a Department of Justice investigation into a subsidiary called DocX, LLC. Allegedly, DocX LLC was involved in a mortgage forgery scheme. LPS admitted no wrongdoing as part of the settlement. Additionally, LPS has also agreed to pay $127 million to 46 States as a result of “robo-signing.” As part of that settlement, LPS also denied wrongdoing. Now, the Wall Street Journal is reporting that Senator Ron Wyden has asked the Justice Department to investigate its fee practices. According to the article, Sen. Wyden believes that LPS employs an “improper fee structure that resulted in double-billing homeowners or mortgage investors for legal services related to the processing of foreclosures and bankruptcies.” LPS denies any wrongdoing, asserting that at least 15 courts have already ruled in its favor concerning this particular allegation.