23rd National Conference on Consumer Finance Class Actions & Litigation

The Omni Chicago Hotel on the Magnificent Mile
Chicago, IL
July 27-28, 2015

Jason Sanders participated on a panel at the American Conference Institute’s 23rd National Conference on Consumer Finance Class Actions & Litigation during the following session: “Residential Mortgages: Assessing the Impact of Jesinoski, Litigation Trends Relating to Loan Mods, Loan Servicing, Lender-Placed Insurance, RMBS, and More, Foreclosure Challenges Tied to Statutes of Limitation, and the Ongoing Impact of the CFPB’s Mortgage Rules

This session took place on Monday, July 27 from 3:30 p.m. until 4:50 p.m.

Consumer financial services companies are facing unprecedented regulatory and enforcement scrutiny, mounting litigation, and costly class actions, and there is no sign of change coming anytime soon. That is why it is essential that in-house and outside counsel have a mastery of new class action litigation and settlement trends, emerging theories of liability, the latest enforcement actions and regulatory initiatives, and the most effective defense and settlement strategies. The faculty of unparalleled professionals provided expert advice, critical insights, and comprehensive updates on:

  • The latest enforcement actions and initiatives from the CFPB and other federal and state agencies, and their impact on the consumer finance industry
  • Consumer finance class action litigation and settlement trends, as well as new and emerging procedural considerations
  • Mortgage and foreclosure litigation and compliance issues: ensuring compliance with and defending against litigation arising from the mortgage servicing rules, defeating foreclosure defenses and borrower stall tactics, and managing claims related to lender-placed insurance
  • New and emerging strategies for defending against claims, class actions, and government enforcement actions relating to TCPA, FCRA, and FDCPA
  • Managing and defending against class actions and claims arising from student loans and auto lending
  • Judicial perspectives on class certification, arbitration, settlement considerations, bankruptcy litigation, e-discovery, and more
  • Analyzing debt collection litigation trends and using that information to prevent future lawsuits
  • Managing and defending against fair lending claims, including claims of discriminatory, predatory, and abusive lending
  • The borrower’s perspective: insights from the plaintiffs’ bar and consumer advocates

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