Seminar October 18-19, 2010

ACI's 5th National Advanced Forum on Residential Mortgage Litigation & Regulatory Enforcement

Event Detail
Frank A. Hirsch, Jr.
October 18-19, 2010
Dallas, Texas

Frank Hirsh served as co-chair and presented, "A Focus on Class Actions: What Lenders, Servicers and Their Counsel Need to Know to Prevail Against the Latest Residential Mortgage Claims,"  at this conference sponsored by American Conference Institute (ACI) . The following topics were covered during Frank's presentation.

    • Setting aside class action waiver clauses in arbitration agreements
    • Development in subprime class actions
    • Potential viability of class action claims against lenders for reducing home equity lines of credit (HELOC) in the face of falling housing prices
      • When can a bank freeze off equity lines of credit without re-appraising property?
      • What is sufficient notice to borrowers of a reduction in the HELOC line?
      • What is a reasonable appeal process for borrowers?
    • Class actions arising out of HAMP
    • Examining recent class certification decisions
      • What is the impact of recent circuit clarifications on Rule 23 standards?
      • Which recent rulings on class issues are most helpful?
      • CAFA update
    • Recent issues in class notice and settlement structures
    • Products on the hot seat
    • Defending against a claim of fraud in a class action
    • Removal to federal court under CAFTA
    • Compelling Arbitration
    • What's around the bend?

October 18-19, 2010
The Adolphus / Dallas, TX

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