Mortgage-Backed Securities Litigation: New Theories, New Defendants
Pursuing and Defending Investors, Issuers, Underwriters and Other Stakeholders in MBS Claims
Recording of a 90-minute CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE webinar will update counsel on recent trends involving mortgage-backed securities (MBS) suits and outline approaches to prepare for the complexities involved in representing the various stakeholders.
Recent developments in put-back litigation
- Monoline litigation
- Trustee litigation
Recent developments in fraud litigation
- Class action litigation
- Regulator litigation
- Investor litigation
- Enforcement litigation
- Future of MBS litigation
The panel will review these and other key questions:
- What are the unresolved substantive issues in put-back and fraud litigation?
- How might resolution of the unsettled issues impact outstanding litigation?
- What are the most recent developments in settlement of MBS suits?
- How has MBS litigation altered securities and contract litigation?
- How might FIRREA actions impact private MBS litigation?
Following the speaker presentations, you'll have an opportunity to get answers to your specific questions during the interactive Q&A.
Isaac M. Gradman
Perry Johnson Anderson Miller & Moskowitz
He is one of country’s leading experts in mortgage-backed securities litigation and other legal issues... | Read More
He is one of country’s leading experts in mortgage-backed securities litigation and other legal issues stemming from the mortgage crisis practices. He also provides services to clients in litigation and business law.Close
James K. Goldfarb
Murphy & McGonigle
Mr. Goldfarb's a securities litigator with more than a decade of experience defending issuers, financial... | Read More
Mr. Goldfarb's a securities litigator with more than a decade of experience defending issuers, financial institutions, and accounting firms in a variety of securities fraud and financial products litigation. He is well versed in the substantive and procedural aspects of claims under the 1933 and 1934 Acts, as well as under state blue sky and common law.Close