Legal League 100 Webinars
The World of Federal Foreclosures and Evictions
The Margolin & Weinreb Law Group, LLP
C. Lance Margolin, Partner Emeritus, REO and Eviction Services
Alan Weinreb, Senior Partner
We will explore two diverse topics for the mortgage default industry – foreclosure and post-foreclosure eviction departments in particular. Topic Highlights: 1. What is a Federal Foreclosure? What are the requirements for the Federal Courts? How does it differ from a State Court Foreclosure action? 2. Decisions received from Federal Court. 3. Post-foreclosure evictions in New York – legislative update. 4. Effects on post-foreclosure eviction actions. 5. Best practice recommendation for post-foreclosure eviction actions in New York.
The State Attorney General: An Overview of UDAAP Regulation in Pennsylvania – March 2020
Onorato & Federman
Overview of the Attorney General and the Bureau of Consumer Protection
Review of the legislation that created the Bureau and granted investigative powers
Subpoena and Investigative Powers
Pennsylvania’s UDAAP statute: the Unfair Trade Practices and Consumer Protection Law
Overview of the UTPCPL and how it interacts with other legislation
The new proposed UDAAP regulations: new definitions for UDAAP conduct
New powers to utilize subpoenaed materials
How the new investigative powers affect servicers
How servicers can respond: what are the potential remedies?
Nevada Default Update – February 19, 2020
ZBS Law, LLP
Stephen Dolembo, Associate Litigation Attorney, ZBS Law, LLP
Shadd Wade, Managing Litigation Attorney, ZBS, Law, LLP
Overview: Nevada’s Statutes of Limitations/Statute of Repose for liens on Real Property & Nevada’s Revived Foreclosure Mediation Program
Litigation from Coast to Coast: What to Expect in 2020 – January 15, 2020
The Litigation partners of McCalla Raymer Leibert Pierce, LLC
Jane Bond, Managing Partner, Florida Litigation
Michael Gonzales, Managing Partner, California Litigation
Rich Haber, Managing Partner, New York & New Jersey Litigation
Geoffrey Milne, Managing Partner, Connecticut Litigation
Marcos Posada, Managing Partner, Illinois Litigation
Will Tate, Managing Partner, Alabama, Georgia & Mississippi Litigation
Overview: From the issues in California to the litigation in Connecticut, the partners of McCalla Raymer Leibert Pierce will bring you up to date on how to defend the most problematic causes of action.
Florida Litigation Attorney Fees – August 21, 2019
Allison Morat, Partner, Bitman O’Brien & Morat, PLLC
Morgan Bates, Associate Attorney, Bitman O’Brien & Morat, PLLC
Overview: General discussion on where the right to attorney’s fees derives from in a mortgage foreclosure / Overview of the Law in Florida on Attorney’s Fees in Mortgage Foreclosures
Homeowners’ Association Liens – June 19, 2020
Michelle Gilbert, President/CEO, Gilbert Garcia Group
Eric Phillips, Hladik, Onorato & Federman, LLP
Overview: What are the rules of the road when a Homeowners’ Association (HOA) places a lien on a property, forecloses a property, and once the foreclosure sale has occurred? This webinar will cover the latest developments and legislative activity surrounding this highly dynamic area of the law.
Navigating the Cloud – May 15, 2019
Andrew J. Boylan, Partner, McCarthy Hotlhus, LLP
Overview: Reverse Mortgage Products: Savior or Scam?
Is all the scrutiny justified?
HECM Mortgage Letters
Bankruptcy & GSE Updates: 2018 Wrap-up and 2019 Outlooks – January 16, 2019
Keena Newmark, Managing Attorney of Bankruptcy Operations, Padgett Law Group
Steven Kelly, Managing Attorney of Bankruptcy, Stern & Eisenberg
Overview: Covering critical updates on GSE regulations and the latest shifts in foreclosure and bankruptcy practices, this informative webinar will explore the developments that financial services attorneys need to know right now and how they should be preparing for impending changes.
Developments in Vacant and Abandoned Property Law – November 28, 2018
Overview: This webinar will discuss state statutes in effect, states with legislation pending, and an overview of what a model definition of “vacant” or “abandoned” property should be on a national level.
The Tech Revolution – August 22, 2018
Michelle Garcia Gilbert & Katie Jo Keeling
Overview: Blockchain, E-Signatures, Notarization of E-Documents, the effect of Technology on Origination, Enforcement and future applications of Fintech in mortgage servicing.
Complex Default Litigation Update – July 24, 2018
Ryan Bourgeois & Dustin Dreher
Overview: This webinar will discuss the latest issues being litigated under UPAP, FDCPA, RESPA and complex foreclosure rules.
Evictions: Regulatory and Litigation Update – June 13, 2018
Jenna Baum & Gregory J. Sanda
Overview: This webinar will discuss current trends occurring during the eviction process and issues that mortgage servicers should take into consideration moving forward.