Mortgage

Judges’ Round-and-Round (2018 Winter Leadership Conference)

In this roundtable format, attendees can visit with leading judges (each presiding at their own table) to discuss and debate the nation’s most important recent business and consumer bankruptcy decisions.

$50.00
$50.00

NO CLE - “They Sold My House — and You Said It Was Safe!”

This panel will discuss the chapter 7 trustee’s ability to avoid and surcharge the taxing authority’s secured lien for the benefit of the estate. The panelists will review in detail 11 U.S.C. § 724 and related Code sections, the proper procedural approach, preemption, and related § 363 sales and their implication on property that debtor’s counsel thought was safe or exempt.

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NO CLE - Judges’ Round-And-Round

In this round-and-round format, visit with leading judges (each at their own roundtables) to discuss and debate the nation’s most important recent business and consumer bankruptcy decisions.

If you are already a member please login to the right. Your audio or video will be available immediately, or otherwise you may Become an ABI Member

NO CLE - CFPB’s Amended Mortgage Servicing Regulations and Their Effects on Bankruptcy

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NO CLE - Consumer Workshop II: Escrow Issues and Chapter 13 Cases, Including Home Mortgage Issues and the Conduit System

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NO CLE - 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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NO CLE - 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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NO CLE - Equity? You Don’t Have No Stinkin’ Equity! Valuation Issues and the Underwater Property

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NO CLE - 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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NO CLE - 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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