Webinars

Hosted at least six times a year, the Legal League webinars provide timely topics from top speakers. Discussions are designed to inform mortgage servicers and attorneys. They are only accessible to Lenders, Servicers, GSEs and Legal League members. All relevant content is provided OnDemand through Five Star Academy. If you do not have a log in, reach out to us at [email protected].

Join us for a webinar during which law firms and enterprises in the mortgage industry get together to discuss current issues and concerns.

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“Join us for an insightful seminar focused on navigating the complex landscape of litigated foreclosures across the country. Servicers and our legal experts provide valuable insight into the understanding of legal challenges that are arising in foreclosure proceedings. Whether you are a legal professional, lender, or servicer, this webinar will keep you up to date with litigation issues surrounding the default servicing industry. From analyzing recent case law to exploring borrower defensive tactics, this seminar is essential for staying ahead in the ever-evolving realm of foreclosure litigation.”
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Join us for an OnDemand comprehensive seminar where key representatives from government-sponsored enterprises and agencies in the mortgage servicing sector delve into critical topics. Learn the latest trends in foreclosure volume, discover opportunities for borrower loss mitigation, and gain valuable insights into navigating potential litigation challenges in mortgage servicing.
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Join the authors of the most recent Legal League Whitepaper, “National Disaster Assistance.” They will walk you through the rise in need for disaster related assistance, the resources available to homeowners and lenders, and how to access the support homeowners may need. Find out what help FEMA, HUD, Fannie Mae, FHA, and the VA can offer. Learn what state-level aid there is available. Understand the insurance market response via a Florida case study. This seminar will provide you with information you can refer to again and again.
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Join us for a dynamic seminar where servicers, law firms, and investors converge to explore the web of collaboration in the industry. Discover key strategies and insights on fostering a relationship that drives success in the mortgage landscape. From legal considerations to investor perspectives, we’ll delve into the nuances that define each role and uncover the collaborative techniques that lead to optimal outcomes. This session aims to dive into this interrelationship, to see what lies ahead for the industry in 2024.
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DEI initiatives and compliance are always progressing. However, these terms and ideas and criteria have begun to become critical to business relationships and contracts. ESG has become a regular headline in the news and topic at conferences because of a significant increase in its impact on doing business. During this webinar we are uniting the forces of Legal League and American Mortgage Diversity Council to bring you thought leaders who can help answer questions like: What is ESG? How is it measured. ESG and DEI: what are the similarities and differences of ESG and DEI? And perhaps most important to you and your team: How will ESG and DEI affect the way we are doing business now and in the future?
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This webinar is focused on how to bridge the communication gap between attorneys and servicers, between legal and business language. When unique knowledge sets and nomenclatures are involved there will always be communication challenges. This panel will dig into those challenges and how to surmount them. Panelists include GSEs, servicers, and attorneys.
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Join the Legal League to review the current status of the Homeowners Assistance Fund (HAF) program. The Special Interest Working Group Committee recently released a white paper on the status of HAF Funds. This webinar will cover the essentials of that paper, including: an overview of the HAF program and the process, status and differentiators in key states, how the HAF funds are and will continue to affect foreclosure and bankruptcy, and what is the impact HAF funds will have on servicers moving forward. Presenters include select authors of the paper—Brooke Sanchez, David Demers, and David Friedman—as well as Toniqua Green, who will be serving as moderator due to her extensive knowledge of HAF as the VP of Corporate Social Responsibility at Mr. Cooper.
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Much has changed in the default servicing industry since the pandemic. Join Legal League to hear a distinguished panel of attorneys discussing the challenges in litigating in the post-COVID landscape. This will be a fantastic panel, so don’t miss out! Our panel will be talking about a number of different topics:
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Join us on International Women’s Day to hear from a panel of Women Executives in our industry. The distinguished panel foreclosure discussion will include eNotes, Loss Mitigation, Staffing, Mergers and other hot topics in Mortgage Servicing.
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Join us for a wide-ranging session on eSignatures and eNotes. Learn from one of the authors of the Federal eSignature Statute along with MERS General Counsel to explore the origination, storing, and transferring of eNotes. Our speakers have an in-depth knowledge of the subject to share in an interesting and easy-to-learn format. If you are still wanting to “put the pieces together” to understand the electronic processes; this webinar is for you.
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There are many questions surrounding the amendments to the Fair Debt Collections Practices Act (Regulation F). This webinar will answer the most important questions, as well as cover any special rules, and clarifications needed, and what impact it will have on your work.
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