8th National Forum on

Residential Mortgage Litigation and Regulatory Enforcement

Thursday, March 29 to Friday, March 30, 2012
The Hamilton Crowne Plaza, Washington, DC


Join top litigators, in-house counsel, key federal and state regulators, and renowed jurists to ensure you are fully prepared to defend against the continuing deluge of residential mortgage claims.

With a renewed regulatory focus stemming from the implementation of the CFPB, residential mortgage litigation is more prominent than ever. The authority of the state Attorneys General continues to expand to enforce the new regulations, and it is critical that both in-house and outside counsel remain up-to-date on emerging borrower and investor claims as well as ongoing state and federal investigations. Defending against fair lending claims under TILA and SCRA, mitigating loss in loan servicing and responding to allegations of HAMP and MERS violations, and attacking the latest bankruptcy claims are all key.

In response, American Conference Institute is pleased to announce its 8th National Forum on Residential Mortgage Litigation & Regulatory Enforcement. Our unparalleled faculty of regulatory and enforcement officials, renowned jurists, expert in-house counsel, and leading outside counsel will provide you insights and strategies tailored to defend against new claims and adapt to the evolving regulatory landscape. Topics will include:

  • Adapting to evolving state and federal regulatory initiatives in light of new regulations under the CFPB
  • A look at the latest investor claims and regulatory initiatives in capital markets litigation
  • Legal and compliance strategies for preventing and defending against TILA and SCRA claims
  • Responding to allegations of HAMP and MERS violations and minimizing risk through proper procedures and loss mitigation strategies
  • Navigating the foreclosure litigation process and foreclosure mediation programs, including standing and compliance issues, proof of MERS assignments, and refuting claims of loan documentation error
  • Combating the use of bankruptcy as a borrower tool
  • Prevailing against the latest bankruptcy litigation claims
  • Managing and defending against residential mortgage class actions

Plus, register for the Pre-Conference In-Depth Focus Session

Defending and Managing Claims/Class Actions in an Unrivaled Litigious Environment

Register now by calling 888-224-2480 or faxing your registration form to 877-927-1563. You can also register online at www.AmericanConference.com/ResidentialMortgage