Preparing for Residential Mortgage Litigation Post-CARES Act

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Description

Date:

Wednesday, August 26, 2020

Time:

1:00-2:30 PM ET

Summary:

Join MBA and our esteemed panel of presenters for an overview of the anticipated types of litigation Banks, Mortgage Servicers, Investors, and other financial institutions may face as a result of the CARES Act and the pandemic as it relates to residential mortgages. This discussion will include case analysis, lessons learned, and best practices. Attendees will receive guidance needed to prepare their business partners or clients for potential residential mortgage litigation.

Objectives:

  • Analyzing Profiles, Inc. v. Bank of America and other cases providing that the CARES Act does not provide a private right of action (and defending against claims seeking to avoid this preclusion) 
  • Defending against CARES’ Act forbearance, post-forbearance loss mitigation and Regulation X lawsuits, including lessons learned from Home Affordable Modification Program (HAMP) litigation
  • Defending credit reporting litigation arising out of the CARES Act and the pandemic
  • Best practices that can be implemented today to limit exposure and avoid litigation arising out of the CARES Act and the pandemic

Who Should Attend?

  • Inside and Outside Counsel
  • Company Executives and Policy Directors
  • Compliance Officers
  • Government Relations Professionals
  • Quality Assurance Professionals

Speaker(s):

  • Laura C. Baucus, Leader of Financial Services Litigation Group, Dykema
  • Joseph H. Hickey, Co-Leader of Financial Services Litigation Group, Dykema
  • Samantha L. Walls, Senior Attorney, Dykema