Foreclosures & Mortgages2019-09-16T13:53:12-05:00
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FORECLOSURES & MORTGAGES WEBINARS

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 [...]

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 [...]

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 [...]

Discovery: Getting the Information You Need

Discovery plays a key role in mortgage litigation.  The focus on this program will be on what information is available from mortgage servicers and other possible parties, but we’ll also touch on electronic (ESI) discovery and protective orders. Presenters: [...]

Limiting Confidentiality in Mortgage Litigation

Confidentiality issues in mortgage litigation arise frequently. From the early stages of discovery through final settlements, lenders and servicers routinely ask practitioners and clients to keep secrets. But, do these requests go too far? Does the servicers protective order [...]

Who Owns the Note?: A Securitization Primer

Since the turn of the century, the majority of residential loans have been securitized with the mortgage loans being transferred numerous time as they move through the securitization process. This session will delve into the Uniform Commercial Code--articles 1, [...]

Saving Homes in Bankruptcy

Bankruptcy is one of the most effective tools for preventing foreclosure. From the automatic stay to the ability to cure mortgage arrears, bankruptcy can help save homes. But the power of bankruptcy goes beyond these two critical provisions. Any [...]