American Bar Association Webinar: Mortgage Servicing Under Fire: Regulatory, Litigation, and Enforcement Trends
Jonice Gray Tucker spoke at an American Bar Association webinar on mortgage servicing issues on July 21 at 1 pm. The program titled, “Mortgage Servicing Under Fire: Regulatory, Litigation, and Enforcement Trends Stemming from the Foreclosure Crisis and More” also featured Terry Goddard, the former Arizona Attorney General, as a speaker.
In the wake of the financial crisis, mortgage servicing has been subjected to unprecedented scrutiny from government regulators, legislators, consumer advocates, and consumers themselves. Such attention has been heightened by the "robosigning" allegations that surfaced in the fall of 2010.
This program examined regulatory, enforcement, and litigation trends relating to default servicing, including issues related to loan workouts, discrimination in servicing, compliance with the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act, bankruptcy, and foreclosure. The expert panel discussed activity by the Federal Banking Regulators and State Attorneys Generals, anticipated enforcements priorities, and emerging patterns in private litigation.
- Jonice Gray Tucker, Partner, Buckley Sandler LLP, Washington, DC
- Terry Goddard, former Arizona Attorney General
- Michelle Canter, Partner, LotsteinLegal PLLC, Washington, DC