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Loan Servicing: Complying with New and Emerging Regulations, Employing Best Practices, Defending Against Borrower Claims, and Implementing Effective Loss Mitigation Strategies

Location: The Adolphus, Dallas, TX
Date: September 27, 2012
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Katrina Christakis joins Jan Zemanek (General Counsel, Kondaur Capital Corporation), Michelle Canter (LotsteinLegal PLLC), and Stephanie Ward (Patton Boggs LLP) to discuss emerging trends in servicer litigation, and the impact of the AG settlement and the CFPB on servicer standards.

Event Highlights:
Led by expert in-house counsel, key regulatory and enforcement officials, top defense firms, and renowned federal and state judges from across the nation, this is the only event that will fully prepare you to defend against the next generation of residential mortgage-related claims and adapt to heightened scrutiny and a wave of emerging regulations from state and federal agencies.

With all eyes on the residential mortgage industry in the wake of the AG settlement, and with the recent allegations of foreclosure documentation errors and so called “robo-signing” practices still fresh in the public’s mind, it is critical that both in-house and outside counsel remain up-to-date on new and emerging borrower and investor claims as well as ongoing state and federal enforcement actions.  Further, the mortgage industry has only just begun to feel the full impact of Dodd-Frank.  Now that the CFPB has turned its full attention to the mortgage industry, and given the renewed industry focus at both the state and federal levels, the coming year is going to bring a wave of new litigation and regulatory and enforcement initiatives.

In response, American Conference Institute is pleased to announce its 9th National Forum on Residential Mortgage Litigation & Regulatory Enforcement. This event has been tailored to provide attendees with the insights and strategies that are needed to defend against these new claims and adapt to the evolving regulatory landscape. Our unparalleled faculty of regulatory and enforcement officials, federal and state judges, expert in-house counsel, and leading outside counsel will provide you with the keys to:

  • Assessing the impact of the CFPB on the residential mortgage industry and ensuring compliance with new and emerging regulations
  • Defending against borrower and investor claims, including those arising from loan modifications and alleged foreclosure documentation errors
  • Adapting to evolving federal and state regulatory and enforcement initiatives in the wake of the AG settlement
  • Determining what measures lenders and servicers must take in order to mitigate future liability
  • Navigating the foreclosure process in an era of heightened scrutiny
  • Managing and defending against a new wave of residential mortgage class actions


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