Seminar September 22, 2014

15th National Forum on Residential Mortgage Litigation & Regulatory Enforcement

Event Detail
Elizabeth Sperling
September 22, 2014
Dallas, Texas

Elizabeth Sperling will be a featured speaker during the session "The Evolving Landscape for Mortgage Servicing: Litigation and Enforcement Concerns, Servicer Liability Under the FDCPA and the FCRA, Determining and Implementing Best Practices, Defending Against New and Innovative Borrower Claims, and More" at this program sponsored by the American Conference Institute.  The following topics will be covered during the session.

    • Fallout from the servicing rules 
      • Enforcement issues 
      • Compliance hurdles and how best to overcome them 
      • Types of private claims arising from the rules 
        • Practical experiences with such litigation 
    • Impact of Basel III on loan servicing 
      • Defending against claims relating to loan servicing 
      • Debt collection practices claims 
      • Credit reporting claims and the FCRA 
      • Escrow issues 
      • RESPA issues 
      • Fair lending issues 
    • Class action issues arising from loan servicing 
    • What can originators learn from recent litigation involving servicers? 
    • Servicer liability under the FDCPA 
    • Assessing when a mortgage servicer may be considered a debt collector 
    • Servicer liability for lack of disclosure 
      • Viability of good faith defense 
      • Suffi cient evidence to show adequate disclosure 
      • Conducting due diligence of servicing compliance 
    • Loss mitigation programs


September 22, 2014
The Adolphus / Dallas, TX 

Meet The Speakers
Media Contacts
Nicholas Clarke
Senior Communications Manager
Phone: 212.210.1222
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