Mortgage Fraud: New Litigation Threats
Asserting and Defending Claims by FDIC and Other Federal and State Agencies
Recording of a 90-minute CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE webinar will provide banking and financing counsel with a review of the latest trends and developments in mortgage fraud suits. The panel will discuss likely plaintiffs and targeted defendants, current and emerging theories of liability, key defenses, and red flags to detect or prevent mortgage fraud.
- Key plaintiffs and targeted defendants
- Theories of liability
- Red flags for detecting fraud
The panel will review these and other key questions:
- What are some common—and not so common —mortgage fraud trends and schemes?
- What role are the banking regulatory agencies, particularly Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, playing in prosecuting mortgage fraud?
- What are some key issues in defending a mortgage fraud suit?
- What are critical red flags that indicate potential mortgage fraud?
Following the speaker presentations, you'll have an opportunity to get answers to your specific questions during the interactive Q&A.
Dennis S. Klein
Hughes Hubbard & Reed
He specializes in handling complex commercial litigation, including officer and director liability lawsuits; bank... | Read More
He specializes in handling complex commercial litigation, including officer and director liability lawsuits; bank insolvency problems; product liability/mass tort litigation; healthcare issues; bankruptcy matters; contract, lease, pension plan, and co-branded credit card disputes.Close
Andrew L. Sandler
Chairman & Executive Partner
Mr. Sandler's a recognized leader in financial services litigation, enforcement, regulatory and compliance. He... | Read More
Mr. Sandler's a recognized leader in financial services litigation, enforcement, regulatory and compliance. He also serves as a strategic legal advisor to many leading banks and thrifts, mortgage and consumer finance companies, and credit card issuers to help them navigate complex litigation and civil and criminal investigations and examinations by government enforcement and bank regulatory agencies.Close