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The Latest Regulatory, Governmental, and Legislative Responses to the Subprime Crisis



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Part Three of West Legalworks' Special Three-Part Subprime Series

In response to the subprime credit crisis plaguing our country, federal and state regulators have been rapidly drafting legislation to regulate the industry while enforcement agencies continue to conduct formal and informal investigations. Additionally, cities suffering from mass foreclosures, most notably Cleveland, Baltimore, and Buffalo, are taking action and suing lenders claiming, for example, that certain subprime lending practices created a public nuisance that hurt property values and city tax collections

In this two-and-a-half-hour webcast, West Legalworks has put together a panel of experts, including representatives from the SEC and the City of Cleveland, to help you navigate your way through existing and pending Federal and State legislation. Our faculty will also provide you with best practices for responding against enforcement actions.  Topics to be covered include:

• New regulatory initiatives affecting the mortgage market
• New and emerging targets of federal and state enforcement actions
• Civil actions brought by governmental agencies and entities (e.g., City of Cleveland)
• Federal and state legislative update
• How the Federal Reserve's pro-active steps to relieve the credit crunch will affect lenders
• Status of the Mortgage Forgiveness Debt Relief bill
• Outlook for federal anti-predatory lending legislation
• Tips and strategies for SEC and FINRA investigations



Practice Areas: Banking & Finance Law, Litigation & Appeals, Real Estate Law, Subprime Lending
Online Media Type: Audio
Production Date: 04/16/2008 1:00 PM EDT
Level: Intermediate
Category: Standard
Duration: 2 Hours, 30 Minutes
Online Format: Live

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Speakers:
Alison T. Conn - Branch Chief, New York Regional Office, Securities & Exchange Commission, New York, NY
Joshua Ri Cohen - Partner, Cohen Rosenthal & Kramer LLP, Cleveland, OH. Mr. Cohen is leading the lawsuits that the City of Cleveland has filed against 21 banks.
Timothy G. Sekerak - House Counsel, State of Washington House of Representatives
Gary S. Singletary - Assistant Director of Law, City of Cleveland, Cleveland, OH
Thomas F. Nealon, III - Group General Counsel, Real Estate Finance & Servicing Group, LNR Partners, Inc., Miami Beach, FL; Co-Author, Mortgage and Asset Backed Securities Litigation (Thomson West, March 2008)
Hon. Chris Bell - Former U. S. Congressman (D-TX), of Counsel, Patton Boggs LLP, Dallas, TX
Talcott J. Franklin - Partner, Patton Boggs LLP, Dallas, TX; Co-Author, Mortgage and Asset Backed Securities Litigation (West March 2008)
Todd L. Cranford - Former Senior Counsel to the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Financial Services, of Counsel, Patton Boggs LLP, Washington, DC
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