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This basic-to-intermediate level program provides a comprehensive overview of predatory lending for: In-House Counsel , Attorneys, Paralegals, Executives in the Banking and Finance Industry

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This rousing and informative seminar provides a thorough understanding of predatory and consumer lending's civil and criminal environment today. Effectively navigate through state and federal laws to successfully litigate on your client's behalf. (see full course description)

 

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Stay on Predatory Lending and Consumer Lending Law's Cutting Edge!

Familiar with predatory lending laws? Prepared to handle complicated consumer lending cases? This rousing and informative seminar provides a thorough understanding of predatory and consumer lending's civil and criminal environment today. Effectively navigate through state and federal laws to successfully litigate on your client's behalf. Register today!

  • Skillfully bring or defend against predatory lending and consumer lending claims.
  • Become current on the Truth in Lending Act, Fair Credit Reporting Act, Unfair Trade Practices and Consumer Protection Law and supporting regulations.
  • Gain insight into potential defendants, recoverable damages and obtaining the most favorable outcome for clients.
  • Examine forum and venue options to select the best route for your case.
  • Learn arguments for and against admissibility of expert testimony and most current developments.
  • Explore present and future implications of state and federal predatory lending investigations.


  1. Background on Loans Deemed “Predatory”
    9:00 - 9:45, David A. Leen
    1. Borrowers, Loans, and Potential Defendants
    2. Hot Areas in Consumer Lending
      1. “Equity Stripping”
      2. “Yield Spread Premiums” – Lender-Paid Broker Compensation
      3. Mortgage Closing Costs and Disclosure
      4. Forced-Placed Homeowners' Insurance
      5. Late and Erroneous Posting of Payments
  2. Applicable Predatory Lending Laws
    9:45 - 10:30 and 10:45 - 11:30, Deborah Bortner and David W. Huey
    1. Federal
      1. Truth in Lending Act, Home Ownership Equity Protection Act, and Regulation Z
      2. Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act
      3. Equal Credit Opportunity Act
      4. Fair Debt Collection Practices Act
      5. Fair Credit Reporting Act
    2. State
      1. Unfair Trade Practices and Consumer Protection Law
      2. Credit Services Organizations Act
  3. Predatory Lending Litigation
    11:30 - 12:15, David A. Leen
    1. Forums and Venues
    2. Relief and Attorneys' Fees Recoverability
    3. Admissibility of Expert Testimony
  4. Criminal Investigation and Prosecution in Predatory Lending
    1:15 - 2:15, David Seaver
    1. How Investigations Originate
    2. State and Federal – Implications of Both
    3. Nature of Investigations
    4. Examples of Recent Prosecutions
    5. What the Future May Hold  
  5. Ethics
    2:15 - 3:15, Shelly Crocker
    1. Attorney as Trusted Advisor
    2. Professionalism and Civility in Difficult Times
    3. Fee Shifting Statutes and Contingent Fees
  6. Government Regulation of Lenders
    3:30 - 4:30, Deborah Bortner and David W. Huey

Seminar Summary:

This rousing and informative seminar provides a thorough understanding of predatory and consumer lending's civil and criminal environment today. Effectively navigate through state and federal laws to successfully litigate on your client's behalf. (see full course description)

 

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