Note: NCLC does not provide CLE credits for webinars. Upon request, we will provide a certificate of attendance.


Policy Reform Post-Tyler v. Hennepin County

In this December 5, 2023 webinar, experts from the Center for Community Progress and the National Consumer Law Center discuss potential policy reforms that can help to address Tyler issues and create more equitable outcomes for individuals, neighborhoods, and cities.

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No Surprises Act: What You Should Know About Surprise Billing Protections

November 9, 2023

This webinar, hosted by the National Association of Consumer Advocates (NACA) provides a general overview of patients’ rights against surprise medical bills under the NSA, focusing on privately insured and uninsured patients.

Zombie Second Mortgages

October 31, 2023

Andrea Bopp Stark spoke with South Carolina Legal Services about Zombie Second Mortgages and how they affect homeownership and financial well being.

Big But Brief: Challenges to Sustainable Homeownership Among Black Adults

October 11, 2023

This video, part of Columbia Aging Center’s Age Boom Academy 2023, looks at challenges to sustaining homeownership, issues concerning heirs’ property, property tax foreclosures, and predatory investors and speculation in Black communities.

Policy Change to Prevent Property Tax Foreclosures: Reducing Tax Burdens, Promoting Racial Equity, and Protecting Older Adults

October 10, 2023

Many states will be re-writing their property tax foreclosure laws in the wake of the Supreme Court’s decision in Tyler v. Hennepin County. This session dives into the most impactful policy solutions to reduce the tax burdens on older adults, low-income people, and people of color, leaving you with actionable steps to work for change in your community.

Assisting Homeowners After Disaster: The Basics

October 17, 2023

Steve Sharpe and Lisa Sitkin (NHLP) spoke on assisting homeowners after a disaster.

Property Tax Foreclosures & Older Adults: Tyler v. Hennepin

August 1, 2023

In a webinar for Justice in Aging, National Consumer Law Center attorneys Andrea Bopp Stark and John Rao explain the Tyler v. Hennepin case and its impact on older adults and property tax foreclosures. They also discuss how advocates can assist older adults, including exercising redemption options and connecting older adults with legal assistance to help them preserve their home equity.

Using Successor in Interest to Save the Family Home

May 13, 2021

Sarah B. Mancini of the National Consumer Law Center and Lisa Sitkin with the National Housing Law Project discuss how to keep the family homestead and protect intergenerational wealth.

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