Why You Should Attend
- How to Evaluate a case – Pre-Sale or Post-Sale Equity in the property? Economics in a foreclosure? Client’s goals?
- Enjoining a non-judicial sale vs. Bankruptcy Stay. Bonding problems
- Raising DefensesLawsuit or BK Adversary Action? Loan Modifications (Wigod and Carvello) “Dual Tracking” problems
- Settlement Tax Implications of Debt Forgiveness Mods, Forbearance, Short sales
- Vacating a completed sale BFP problems Jr. liens. Void vs. Voidable
David A. Leen is a principal in the law firm of Leen & O’Sullivan, PLLC in Seattle where his main emphasis of practice is on consumer finance and litigation. He received his B.A. degree with honors from Beloit College (1968) and his J.D. degree from the University of Oregon (1971). He was a Reginald Heber Smith Fellow from 1971-1973. He worked for Seattle Legal Services for four years and was a regional attorney for the Federal Trade Commission and the Legal Service Corporation.Mr. Leen is a member of the Consumer Protection Section and the Deed of Trust Revision Committee of the Washington State Bar Association. He is also a founding member of the National Association of Consumer Advocates, and the Northwest Consumer Law Center. In November, 2012, he was awarded the Vern Countryman Award by the National Consumer Law Center for his work on behalf of low income consumers.