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Views from the Bench: Judicial Perspectives on Class Action Litigation
Location: Los Angeles, CA
Date: April 8, 2016
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Jeff Pilgrim moderates a discussion of recent class action trends in state, federal and bankruptcy courts.
In addition to unparalleled networking opportunities, the conference will provide attendees with a revamped agenda reflecting the latest insights and expert advice from our exceptional faculty on defending against lending, servicing and foreclosure litigation, and will keep you ahead of the curve with regard to increased enforcement efforts and the evolving regulatory paradigm at both the federal and state level. Sessions include:
- CFPB’s enforcement actions, investigation trends, reviewing its authority to implement a ban on arbitration clauses
- Supreme Court’s review of Campbell-Ewald Co., Spokeo, Tyson and its impact in the industry
- Consumer finance class action litigation: increasing reluctance of courts on approving class action settlements
- Residential mortgage litigation trends, loan modification issues, duty of care owed by loan servicers to borrowers
- TCPA litigation and settlement trends, emerging defense strategies, class action certification issues
- Fair lending: managing and defending against claims of discriminatory, predatory, and abusive lending and the consequence of the Supreme Court’s decision affirming the use of ‘disparate impact’ theory in fair lending
- FDCPA and the FCRA enforcement actions, violations, litigation trends, and background screening procedures and violations of the FCRA