Obduskey v. McCarthy, New Mortgage Servicing Rules, Foreclosure Defenses and More
Recent Supreme Court decisions and CFPB rule changes have attempted to clarify certain ambiguities surrounding foreclosures, but questions remain. Do you have the answers you need to navigate the changing legal landscape? In this program, our distinguished faculty will update you with the information you need to protect your clients and remain in compliance with the bankruptcy code, mortgage servicing rules, and FDCPA protections - register today!
Take a closer look at Obduskey v. McCarthy and other recent case law impacting foreclosures.
Review the CFPB's latest mortgage servicing rule updates and apply them to your practice.
Gain insight into the future of foreclosure by examining current market trends.
Recent Case Law (and Upcoming Cases to Watch)
Obduskey v. McCarthy
The Bankruptcy Code, FDCPA and CFPB: Balancing Current Requirements
CFPB's Mortgage Servicing Rules: Recap and After-Effects
Latest Areas of Scrutiny and Flagged Compliance Issues
Loss Mitigation/Loan Modifications in 2020
Old and New Foreclosure Defenses
Significant State Legal Updates
Foreclosure Market Trends and Outlook
Looking Ahead: A Climate-Induced Foreclosure Crisis?
MARLON L. BATES is a partner with Scalley Reading Bates Hansen & Rasmussen, P.C., in Salt Lake City, where his areas of practice include foreclosures, creditor bankruptcy, real estate, litigation and business contracts. He received a B.A. degree, magna cum laude, from Brigham Young University and his J.D. degree from the National Law Center at George Washington University. Mr. Bates served as a judge pro tem in the Small Claims Division of the Third Circuit Court of Salt Lake County for six years and has served as the managing partner of his law firm on three occasions. Over the past 33 years, he has handled thousands of foreclosures and bankruptcies for a wide variety of lenders and servicers. He has been honored by LPS Default Solutions as one of its top attorneys for excellence in both foreclosures and bankruptcies. For the past 10 years, he has been selected by his peers each year as one of Utah Business magazine’s Legal Elite. He is admitted to practice in Utah state and federal courts and is a member of the Salt Lake County Bar Association, the Utah State Bar and the American Bar Association.
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