Seminar January 15-16, 2015

ACI’s Residential Mortgage Litigation & Enforcement Conference

Event Detail
Frank A. Hirsch, Jr.
January 15-16, 2015
Los Angeles, CA

Frank Hirsch was a featured speaker during the session "The Fallout from the Fallout for Mortgage Servicing: Litigation and Enforcement Concerns, Defending Against Innovative Borrower Claims Including Under TILA Reg Z Amendments and New RESPA Servicing Rules, and the Latest on Servicer Liability for Credit Reporting Under FCRA and Debt Collection under FDCPA " at this conference hosted by the American Conference Institute (ACI). The following topics were covered during the presentation:

    • 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 and servicer liability under the FDCPA 
    • Assessing when a mortgage servicer may be considered a debt collector 
    • 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 for lack of disclosure: viability of good faith defense; sufficient evidence to show adequate disclosure; conducting due diligence of servicing compliance

 

January 15-16, 2015
Omni Los Angeles Hotel at California Plaza / Los Angeles, CA

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