/Webinars

WEBINARS

image_pdfimage_print

An Introduction to CARES Post-Forbearance Options

May 28, 2020 This session will provide an introduction to post-forbearance options for borrowers obtaining mortgage relief under the CARES Act.  The program will review options available through FHA and the GSEs based on the most recent guidance and information available. Speakers: Andrea Bopp Stark, Attorney at the National Consumer Law Center Tara Twomey, Of [...]

An Introduction to CARES Post-Forbearance Options2020-06-01T15:53:06-05:00

Reverse Mortgage Foreclosure Issues in the Covid-19 Pandemic

May 21, 2020 This webinar will discuss the home-saving options for reverse mortgage borrowers and non-borrowing spouses, including specific updates about Covid-19 related protections. Speakers: Sarah Bolling Mancini, Staff Attorney at the National Consumer Law Center Odette Williamson, Attorney at the National Consumer Law Center

Reverse Mortgage Foreclosure Issues in the Covid-19 Pandemic2020-05-22T17:28:39-05:00

Forbearance Options and CARES Act Requirements

May 14, 2020 In this session, we will go into more depth about the language of the CARES Act and the ways different government entities are implementing its requirements. We will also touch on how servicers are handling forbearance requests, and strategies to deal with servicer noncompliance. Speakers: John Rao, Staff Attorney at the National [...]

Forbearance Options and CARES Act Requirements2020-05-21T13:11:45-05:00

COVID-19 and Mortgage Relief for Homeowners: CARES Act Protections

May 7, 2020 This webinar will provide an overview of the forbearance and post-forbearance options for federally-backed mortgages, including an explanation of what the CARES Act requires and a discussion of the servicing policies of Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, FHA, VA, and USDA. Speakers: Sarah Bolling Mancini, National Consumer Law Center Andrea Bopp Stark, National [...]

COVID-19 and Mortgage Relief for Homeowners: CARES Act Protections2020-05-18T17:13:21-05:00

Helping Those Harmed Financially by COVID-19 Policy & Practice: An Overview

April 23, 2020 With millions of Americans out of work due to the COVID-19 emergency, it is more important than ever to identify what we can do to help ease their financial burden.  There are actions you can take and resources you can access to help consumers now.   Join us for a broad overview [...]

Helping Those Harmed Financially by COVID-19 Policy & Practice: An Overview2020-05-11T15:19:15-05:00

CFPB’s Proposed Debt Collection Rule: Briefing and Action Items

June 19th 2-3PM (ET) The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has published its Proposed Debt Collection Rule in the Federal Register and comments are due August 19. Join us on June 19, 20192:00-3:00PM (ET) for a Briefing and Strategy Session co-sponsored by the National Consumer Law Center and Americans for Financial Reform. We will discuss what [...]

CFPB’s Proposed Debt Collection Rule: Briefing and Action Items2019-06-17T09:18:28-05:00

Legal Services and Payday Loans: Help for Us, Help for You

  April 17, 2019 at 2:00-2:30PM (ET) Speakers: Lauren Saunders, Associate Director (National Consumer Law Center) Dana Wiggins, Director of Outreach and Financial Advocacy (Virginia Poverty Law Center) Join us for a quick, 30-minute webinar designed for legal services organizations on how you can help us defend the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s (CFPB) payday loan [...]

Legal Services and Payday Loans: Help for Us, Help for You2019-06-04T11:11:28-05:00

What the New Arbitration Rule Means for Litigating Against For-Profit Schools

January 29, 2019 While many for-profit schools previously tried to insulate themselves from lawsuits using forced arbitration clauses and class action bans, a rule that went into effect in October 2018 conditions school participation in the federal student loan program on agreement not to enforce these clauses against students with consumer claims. The Department has [...]

What the New Arbitration Rule Means for Litigating Against For-Profit Schools2019-05-29T13:54:23-05:00

Driving with Debt: What Attorneys and Organizers Can Do to Address the Problem of Driver’s License Suspensions for Court Debt

January 31, 2019 Most states suspend driver's licenses based on unpaid debts arising out of criminal proceedings or traffic tickets, and as a result millions of low-income people have lost their licenses simply because they cannot afford to pay fines and fees. This webinar will briefly address the harsh, perverse, and discriminatory impact of such [...]

Driving with Debt: What Attorneys and Organizers Can Do to Address the Problem of Driver’s License Suspensions for Court Debt2019-02-19T13:00:55-05:00

How California’s New Privacy Law Affects Everyone

December 13, 2018 A new California law that changes the way companies handle personal information could affect consumers nationwide. The law imposes some of the toughest privacy protections in the country, but the law stops short of tougher measures California was considering. The law, which takes effect in 2020, mandates a wide variety of new [...]

How California’s New Privacy Law Affects Everyone2019-02-19T13:02:41-05:00