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Fair Lending

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Recorded on: Mar. 30, 2017

Taken from the Web Program Recorded March 27 - 28, 2017 in New YorkFair Lending [01:00:13]• Redlining, reverse redlining, discretionary underwriting and pricing • Recent cases and enforcement actions on race and national origin, lending to those with limited English proficiency and more • Discriminatory mortgage lending involving pregnancy and maternity leave status; disability discrimination in the loan origination ...

Leveraged Financing 2017

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From the program: Leveraged Financing 2017

Released on: May. 12, 2017

In this program, the country’s leading experts in leveraged finance will examine key concepts and strategies in serving leveraged companies, including portfolio companies of private equity firms. You will learn about the leveraged finance marketplace, including new deal activity, continuing refinancing needs, evolving trends in leveraged finance, funding sources and product offerings, the impact of macro-economic, regulatory and political ...

Representing the Pro Bono Client: Consumer Law Basics 2017

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From the program: Representing the Pro Bono Client: Consumer Law Basics 2017

Released on: Jun. 26, 2017

Volunteer lawyers are needed to help the many low income clients facing a wide assortment of consumer law matters who are unrepresented. In this program, learn the basics of consumer law so that you can competently represent a client in need and learn new advocacy skills. You will learn: Overview of State and Federal Restraints on Debt Collection Introduction to the Fair Credit Reporting Act A Primer on Automobile Fraud  ...

A Primer on Automobile Fraud

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Recorded on: Jun. 12, 2017

ROBERT W. MURPHY: This to going to be accident prone. This is the 10th time we've done this. So this is the 10th anniversary of this particular program. And our initial speaker is Mr. Ron Burdge. And I could read Mr. Burdge's resume for you. But I'm just going to give you a short account. Mr. Burdge has his office in Dayton, Ohio, but he practices outside of Dayton. He's in Ohio and other states. And he has authored numerous articles in national, ...

Mortgage Servicer Litigation

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Recorded on: Jun. 12, 2017

ROBERT W. MURPHY: As the speakers come up, our next speakers are talking-- excuse me. our next speakers will be talking about mortgage servicing litigation, which has become, during the years following the recession, a major area of litigation involving every part of our society from low income people to even the most well-heeled Americans, who bought mansions to find out that their mansion was worth only a fraction of what they purchased it for. And ...

Representing the Student Loan Borrower

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Recorded on: Jun. 12, 2017

ROBERT W MURPHY: We're back for our final speaker. Our final speaker, Josh Cohen, is going to be addressing you on the subject of student loans, which today is actually one of the biggest consumer problems our country is facing. As of last year, the student loan debt in this country has now exceeded the mortgage debt of our country, and it's burdening both young people and older people. And from experience in representing student loan borrowers, ...

Introduction to the Fair Credit Reporting Act

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Recorded on: Jun. 12, 2017

ROBERT W. MURPHY: Our next two speakers will be speaking about the Fair Credit Reporting Act. Our first speaker is Robert Solo. Oh, our first speaker is Mr. Ian Lyngklip. He's a partner at Lyngklip & Associates in the Detroit metropolitan area. He's a former member and chairperson of the State Bar of Michigan Consumer Law Section and past co-chair of the Board of Directors National Association of Consumer Advocates. He provides training in consumer ...

Representing the Unsecured Debtor

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Recorded on: Jun. 12, 2017

ROBERT MURPHY: Good afternoon. We're going to resume. Before we begin, I want to talk about some opportunities with respect to publications by Practicing Law Institute. As you know, Practicing Law Institute provides both training through seminars and programs like this, but they also have some of the best books that you can get with respect to consumer law. This is Financial Products Fundamental book. It's something that most library, especially ...

Overview of State and Federal Restraints on Debt Collection

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Recorded on: Jun. 12, 2017

ROBERT MURPHY: All right. We're back on. We are now coming up to addressing federal restraints on debt collection. Our speaker is Cary Flitter. Mr. Flitter practices in Pennsylvania and New Jersey with the firm of Flitter and Milz, handling individual and class actions involving Fair Debt, credit reporting, truth in lending, auto repossessions, [INAUDIBLE] protection, and other consumer statutes. Mr. Flitter serves on the adjunct faculty at both Temple ...

Bankruptcy Basics for Low-Income Clients 2017

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From the program: Bankruptcy Basics for Low-Income Clients 2017 (Free)

Released on: Sep. 17, 2017

Although the economy is improving and foreclosures in many parts of the country are in decline due to rising home values, financially marginalized people still file bankruptcy in disproportionate numbers.  Many debtors are unrepresented and bankruptcy clinics are still in great demand.  There is a critical need for pro bono attorneys to assist low-income clients at all levels.  The practice of bankruptcy law is ever changing (all of ...

Section 707(b) – Means Test Overview and Filing a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Case

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Recorded on: Sep. 14, 2017

SALLY J. ELKINGTON: All right, we are back. I hope everybody had a nice break. We are starting on now the section about the means test. CARL R. GUSTAFSON: The means test. SALLY J. ELKINGTON: And that falls right into Carl's territory. CARL R. GUSTAFSON: OK. The means test is the least favorite element of the BAPCPA reforms that took place in 2005. That's the one everyone was afraid of. And if you look at bankruptcy filing statistics, there were ...

Bankruptcy Estate and Exemptions and The Automatic Stay and Discharge of Debts in Bankruptcy Cases

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Recorded on: Sep. 14, 2017

SARAH LAMPI LITTLE: OK. All right, are we ready? We're going to talk about the bankruptcy estate and exemptions. CARL R. GUSTOFSON: Sounds rich, the bankruptcy estate. SARAH LAMPI LITTLE: Conceptually, you need to describe this to people as once you file bankruptcy, everything that you own becomes property of the bankruptcy estate. Which is this thing-- this artificial entity created upon the filing of the bankruptcy. And the bankruptcy trustee ...

Overview – Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

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Recorded on: Sep. 14, 2017

SALLY J. ELKINGTON: And we're going to start out-- I'm going to keep talking-- and we're going to start out with the overview of bankruptcy law. SARAH LAMPI LITTLE: Can I chime in for-- SALLY J. ELKINGTON: Sure. SARAH LAMPI LITTLE: So I just wanted to say that we really do read the feedback for these presentations. And we, every year, kind of make adjustments to the presentation based on what we hear from you guys. So please don't think that any ...

After the Filing of the Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

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Recorded on: Sep. 14, 2017

SALLY J. ELKINGTON: All right, so we're back for the last half hour, the last stretch. I'd like to encourage folks who have questions to get them in to me, because we are going to cover questions during the session. The same thing with people out in the audience here-- you have questions, get them up to us, so we can discuss them-- something you might not have understood that we can go into a little deeper. So one of the questions that was asked-- ...

Duties of the Attorney in a Bankruptcy Case

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Recorded on: Sep. 14, 2017

SARAH LAMPI LITTLE: With that, we'll start our next segment, which is the attorney's duties. So we want to get an accurate and complete financial picture. And there's a minimum attorney due diligence requirement. It's our responsibility to ensure that they give us the information that we need to do an adequate job representing them. And so things that you need to consider are your client's level of sophistication, their level of stress, the goals ...

The 341(a) hearing aka Meeting of Creditors

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Recorded on: Sep. 14, 2017

SARAH LAMPI LITTLE: All right. So we're going to kind of take you through the 341 hearing in a performance. And so in our example, Sally will be the attorney, and you and I will be the debtor's, and then I'm going to confuse you by switching hats and becoming the trustee when it's time. But the first thing we're going to talk about is preparing the client. SALLY ELKINGTON: Who's my-- who are my clients? SARAH LAMPI LITTLE: We are your clients. Richard ...

Providing Legal Assistance in the Aftermath of the NorCal Wildfires -- Consumer Rights, Responsibilities and Protections After a Disaster

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From the program: Providing Legal Assistance in the Aftermath of the NorCal Wildfires

Recorded on: Nov. 28, 2017

Taken from the Web Program Providing Legal Assistance in the Aftermath of the NorCal Wildfires Recorded November 2017 in San Francisco Consumer Rights, Responsibilities and Protections After a Disaster [00:33:40] Debt collection issues Obligations when personal property purchased on credit or leased is destroyed in a disaster Avoiding scams and home repair fraud Addressing identity theft Price gouging Credit reporting Claire ...

Consumer Rights, Responsibilities and Protections After a Disaster

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Recorded on: Nov. 28, 2017

SPEAKER 1: Hello, everybody. Thanks for continuing to stay with us. We are turning now to the question of consumer law issues After: a disaster. And we are joined by Claire Johnson Raba from Bay Area Legal Aid. She is a staff attorney and the consumer law unit coordinator at Bay Are Legal Aid. She has done a lot of work on consumer issues, including bankruptcy issues, debt defense, Fair Debt collection, and so forth. In 2011, she founded the Bay ...

23rd Annual Consumer Financial Services Institute

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From the program: 23rd Annual Consumer Financial Services Institute

Released on: Apr. 2, 2018

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) recently celebrated its sixth anniversary and the consumer financial services industry is working to keep pace with the CFPB’s extraordinary number of regulatory and enforcement initiatives. At the same time, other federal and state regulators and attorneys general are ramping up their activity and threatening to fill any void if the successor to CFPB Director Cordray is less aggressive in pursuing ...

Federal Regulators Speak: Priorities & Coordination

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Recorded on: Mar. 28, 2018

QUYEN T. TRUONG: Good morning, everyone. Welcome back. So we're very glad to have all of you here, and hopefully folks are coming in as well, to start the Federal Regulators Panel. First, let me introduce myself. My name is Quyen Truong. I'm a partner at Stroock, Stroock, and Lavan, where I focus on helping financial institutions and investors to interpret and influence and comply with the law. And what that ultimately means is to really help craft ...

Ethical Issues Unique to the Consumer Space

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Recorded on: Mar. 28, 2018

SPEAKER: All right, we're going to launch right in. This last panel is going to focus on ethics. It's going to be a mixture of class action ethics and non-class action ethics. And I'm going to just quickly introduce folks. But I want to get into the meat of it. To my left is Jennifer Smith Finnegan. She recently joined Aon Risk Solutions as a senior vice president. Next to her is-- who do we have next? Is Bruce Friedman, who is a mediator and arbitrator ...

The CFPB under the Trump Administration: Where is it now and where is it going?

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Recorded on: Mar. 28, 2018

ALAN KAPLINSKY: So you are probably asking yourself, how come the CFPB isn't represented here today? And we invited them, and they-- it was a long period of time where they couldn't figure out what they were going to do-- but ultimately, they declined. And I think it's largely because they have a lot of issues that we were going to talk about, and you'll see, we're going to get into a lot of nitty gritty in the next hour or so. They don't have positions ...

Class Actions and Litigation Update

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Recorded on: Mar. 28, 2018

JULIA B. STRICKLAND: Good morning, everyone. Welcome to the second day of our PLI program. We have a fantastic panel this morning. We're going to talk about recent developments in class action litigation. So who here litigates class actions? Terrific. OK. Obviously, if you have questions, we try to make this interactive in a controlled way, considering that we've got people on the web as well. But we welcome questions to the extent that it would ...

The Rapidly Changing Landscape for Marketplace Lending and FinTech

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Recorded on: Mar. 28, 2018

ALAN S. KAPLINSKY: OK. Thank you, Danielle. And we are at the penultimate panel. But I encourage you to stay. I know there's a tendency to leave early in New York, avoid rush hour traffic. But you need to get your ethics credit. And in order to get that, you're going to need to stay to the very end. I'm sorry about that. But that's just how it works. KEITH A. NOREIKA: It's almost unethical. ALAN S. KAPLINSKY: Yeah, right. [CHUCKLING] Exactly. ...


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