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Are you ready to take your Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act (RESPA) litigation skills to the next level? Our upcoming advanced webinar is designed to equip legal professionals with the expertise needed to navigate the complexities of litigation and trial after motions to dismiss. Learn tips and tricks from seasoned old timers.

Please note, this webinar is geared to intermediate and advanced attorneys with experience with the statute and an understanding of the QWR, NOE, and RFI processes.


What You Will Learn

  • How to incorporate recent case law pertaining to HELOCS and RESPA into your case
  • How to you plead and prove pattern and practice damages under RESPA…the trends and recent case law
  • When do you need experts and if so, how do you find them

Speakers

Marc Dann is the Managing Partner of DannLaw. The firm’s focus is on representing clients who have been harmed by banks, debt buyers, debt collectors and other financial predators and providing access to legal services for traditionally underserved working class and middle class Americans. Dann has fought for the rights of tens of thousands of consumers and brought class actions lawsuits on behalf of clients in both private practice and as Ohio’s Attorney General. As Ohio Attorney General, Marc Dann assembled Ohio’s Organized Crime Commission to mobilize Mortgage Fraud Task Forces in Ohio’s major cities to prosecute those engaged in mortgage fraud and predatory lending, Dann’s office challenged the standing of mortgage servicers to foreclose in cases where the State of Ohio was a party. Dann also worked with former Ohio Supreme Court Chief Justice Thomas Moyer to organize over 1,200 volunteer lawyers to represent homeowners in foreclosure. Since DannLaw was founded, it has grown to represent clients facing a range of consumers’ rights issues including in class action. He is a recognized national leader in the use of federal mortgage servicing regulations to hold servicers accountable for their actions.

Brian Flick advocates for plaintiffs and defendants nationwide in state and federal trial and appellate courts. His practice areas include consumer bankruptcy debtor representation in the areas of Chapter 7, 12, and 13, consumer fraud, real estate litigation, foreclosure defense, student loan debt defense, bankruptcy litigation, mortgage servicing litigation under the Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act and the Truth in Lending Act, and consumer class actions. He is currently a board member with the National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys. He is the current NACA Ohio State Chair. Brian serves as a facilitator for the SDOH Bankruptcy Mortgage Modification Program and a mediator with the SDOH Bankruptcy Court Mediation Program.

Phillip Robinson is a solo litigator from Silver Spring, Maryland. He is a recognized consumer litigator in the areas of mortgage servicing, foreclosure defense, and debt collection practices. Currently in private practice at the Consumer Law Center LLC, Phillip’s state and nationwide practice concentrates in the areas of aiding homeowners with sustainable solutions who have fallen victim to unfair, deceptive or otherwise illegal consumer practices by mortgage services, lenders, and debt buyers. Phillip served as co-trial counsel in a multi-million-dollar jury verdict against LVNV on behalf of a class of 1,589 Maryland consumers; this case was affirmed as to liability on appeal and a new trial will consider damages.  Previously, Phillip served as Executive Director for the award-winning Civil Justice Inc. Also, while at Civil Justice Phillip served as a lead training for Maryland’s Foreclosure Prevention Pro Bono Project where he trained over 2,000 Maryland attorneys volunteering to aid homeowners. Phillip has been appointed to numerous boards and advisory committees and in 2008 was recognized as the Maryland Consumer Advocate of the Year by the Maryland Consumer Rights Coalition. In 2016 he was also recognized as NACA’s Consumer Advocate of the Year.


Please note that live webinars are free to all NACA members. After the webinar has aired, registrants will need to purchase the webinar if they want to view it. Non-members who purchased the webinar and higher level/firm members with full access to the Training Library will have access to the webinar after it has aired.

If you have purchased the webinar, you can click here to watch it on the day of the webinar.