Mortgage

CFPB’s Amended Mortgage Servicing Regulations and Their Effects on Bankruptcy

Great Debates

Resolved: A “workaround” contract provision
is enforceable after Baker Botts v. ASARCO.

Resolved: If a mortgage includes a security
interest in a mortgage escrow account, the
mortgage loan can be modified under § 1322.

Resolved: Section 1129(a) requires an
impaired accepting class for each debtor.

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Annual Case Law Update

This must-attend annual favorite will cover all recent current bankruptcy law decisions and consumer bankruptcy law issues.

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Consumer Bankruptcy Law Update

This panel will include a survey of recent developments in consumer bankruptcy law and will discuss when filing a proof of claim for a stale claim is a violation of the FDCPA (e.g., CFPB v. Hanna Law Firm, chapter 13 attorneys’ fees after the Supreme Court decision of Viegelahn v. Harris, chapter 7 trustees’ ability to prime certain liens in favor of other creditors using § 724, state of student loan discharges), among other issues.

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Creditors’ Rights and Fights — A Walk in the Shoes of Creditors’ Counsel

Our expert faculty will pull back the curtain on representing creditors and will examine current issues facing mortgage and automobile creditors. Topics will include updates on the mortgage and automobile loan servicing industry, new proofs-of-claim rules and forms, servicing standards, statutes of limitations, and compliance issues.

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Real Estate Values Are Climbing (Again): Debtor, Watch Your Back!

This panel will explore legal trends relating to rising real estate values in consumer bankruptcy cases, including issues related to stay relief, lien-stripping, reaffirmation agreements, and what could happen post-discharge if a debtor fails to act in conformity with his Statement of Intention. This panel will also address the current state of mortgage modification mediation programs and the latest happenings with the CFPB.

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Supreme Court Update: Review of Recent Bankruptcy-Related Decisions

From issues of consent and matters of constitutional authority, to the all-important topic of professionals’ fees, the Supreme Court considered a number of issues critical to restructuring attorneys and advisors in 2015. Our panel of Supreme Court advocates and bankruptcy scholars will weigh in on the Court’s most recent term and provide expert analysis of the Court’s opinions and their applicability to everyday practice.

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Consumer Bankruptcy/Legislation

Recent and Pending Legislation Regarding Student Loans and CFPB Regulations for Mortgage Servicing

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