On-Demand   Web Segment

Consumer Financial Services Institute 2013 (18th Annual)

Recorded on: Apr. 17, 2013
Running Time: 01:46:18

Running Time Segment Title Faculty Format
[01:46:18] Fair Lending & Mortgage Litigation John P Relman ~ Relman, Dane & Colfax PLLC
Ira Rheingold ~ Executive Director, National Association of Consumer Advocates (NACA)
Christopher J. Willis ~ Ballard Spahr LLP
David A Scheffel ~ Dorsey & Whitney LLP
Eric I Halperin ~ Special Counsel for Fair Lending, Civil Rights Division, United States Department of Justice
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Taken from the Web Program Consumer Financial Services Institute 2013 (18th Annual) recorded April, 2013 in New York.

Lecture Topics

Fair Lending & Mortgage Litigation 
  • Fair Lending
    - Update on disparate impact under Equal Credit Opportunity Act (ECOA) and the FHA in the courts and before the CFPB, HUD and the DOJ
    - Effect of the absence of disparate impact on both government and private litigation
    - Risks and challenges of fair lending enforcement in connection with non-mortgage products
    - Major risk areas to focus on in fair lending assessments
    - Status of the Mt. Holly case before the U.S. Supreme Court
  • Mortgage Litigation
    - Update on private and governmental challenges to the Mortgage Electronic Registration System (MERS)
    - Evolving case law on the Home Affordable Modification Program (HAMP) and the current status of HAMP related litigation
    - Status of foreclosure documentation litigation
    - Evolving case law on TILA rescission issues
    - The latest on mortgage repurchase litigation
The purchase price of this segment includes the following article from the Course Handbook available online:
  • Comments to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, 12 CFR Part 1024 [Docket No. CFPB-2012-0034], RIN 3170-AA14, 2012 Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act (Regulation X), Mortgage Servicing Proposal
    Ira Rheingold
  • U.S. Government Intensifies Fair Lending Enforcement
    L. Jean Noonan

Presentation Material

  • Scheffel - Mortage Litigation Update
    David Scheffel
Eric I Halperin ~ Special Counsel for Fair Lending, Civil Rights Division, United States Department of Justice
John P Relman ~ Relman, Dane & Colfax PLLC
Ira Rheingold ~ Executive Director, National Association of Consumer Advocates (NACA)
David A Scheffel ~ Dorsey & Whitney LLP
Christopher J. Willis ~ Ballard Spahr LLP

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