CLE SEMINAR GOOF: PRICES DROPPED AND REGISTRATION INVITED — Come this Saturday and Sunday!!

COMBO Title and Securitization Search, Report, Documents, Analysis & Commentary SEE LIVINGLIES LITIGATION SUPPORT AT LUMINAQ.COM

IN THE MIGRATION OF THE LIVINGLIES STORE TO LUMINAQ, WE MADE SOME ERRORS THAT CAUSED PROBLEMS FOR PEOPLE WHO WANTED TO REGISTER. AS A RESULT WE STILL WANT TO GO FORWARD, SO WE HAVE DROPPED THE PRICES, WILL REFUND THE EXCESS TO THOSE WHO HAVE MANAGED TO REGISTER DESPITE THE PROBLEMS AND WE INVITE YOU ANEW TO ATTEND THE SEMINAR THIS SATURDAY AND SUNDAY.

We have fixed the problems sufficiently to allow people to register on line and we expect a number of walk-ups at the door because of the technology problem. The good news for you is that we will have a much smaller intimate group with the entire Livinglies team in person presenting on virtually all issues that are current and relevant for foreclosure defense, foreclosure offense and challenging mortgages where the payments are current.

Participants will also get a digital drive containing a treasure trove of forms for litigation and other uses. Q&A will be expanded to allow each  personal attention to each participant.

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The PRESENTERS are Neil F Garfield, Esq., Jon Lindeman, Esq., Alex Goldovsky, Dan Edstrom, Lori Enriquez, James Macklin, Esq., and Beth Findsen, Esq..

Conference Pass – for Attorneys, includes lunch and seminar materials in digital format .

April 30 to May 1, 2011 – in Phoenix, Arizona

Hilton Hotel, Chandler AZ.

Hilton Hotel
2929 W Frye Rd.
Chandler, AZ 85224
480-899-7400

In 2011, and beyond, thousands of Homeowners will demand their “Lender” prove they are owed anything, are you prepared to represent them?

SEMINAR AGENDA

Day 1 – April 30, 2011

8:30 – 8:45 Sign-in and Coffee

8:45 – 9:00 INTRODUCTORY REMARKS BY NEIL F GARFIELD

9:00 – 9:15 Introduction – The Panel

A brief introduction of each of the panelists/presenters and an overview of the Seminar’s Agenda and objectives.

9:15 – 10:00 The Great Financial Collapse of the New Century – Jon B. Lindeman, Jr.

What history teaches us, what we failed to learn, how we repeated history, and what we can do to recover.

10:00 – 10:15 Morning Break

10:15 – 11:00 Securitization – Where it Came From, What Happened to it Along the Way, and Where are We Now – Neil Garfield

An overview of the infancy of Securitization, it’s strengths and weaknesses, where the Banking industry went wrong, and what does the future hold.

11:00 – 11:45 The Securitization Process – The Nuts and Bolts – James Macklin

The documents necessary for securitization, their significance, and the role of Congress via GSE’s (Government Sponsored Entities) Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, and the authority of the FHA, VA and FhMA.

11:45 – 1:00 Lunch Break

1:00 – 1:45 Motion Practice – Jon B. Lindeman, Jr., licensed in FL and Beth Findsen, local AZ counsel

Do’s and Don’t’s, the effective use of Motion practice to educate the Judiciary, position your case and assist with settlement. Creating and protecting the record.

1:45 – 2:30 Obligee, Obligor, Life Goes on: Credit Enhancements in Action – Daniel Edstrom

Explores the relational aspects of Securitization and the Borrower/Investor. The impact this process has on the transfer and conveyance of real property and the effect it has on home lending.

2:30 – 2:45 Afternoon Break

2:45 – 3:30 T.I.L.A., RESPA and Lending Regulation ABC’s – Lori Enriquez

An overview of the Federal Lending Statutes and Guidelines, how they are intended to work, how they are violated, and how the homeowner is injured and can benefit

3:30 – 4:15 The Heart of the Matter: Prospectus, Pooling and Servicing and Trust Agreements – James Macklin

Provides and in depth analysis of the effects upon title and State recording requirements. The significance of Trust document language and the controlling nature of such language as it pertains to Borrower/Investor rights and duties.

4:15 – 5:00 Discovery and Evidentiary Considerations – And its Power to Strike Fear – Jon B. Lindeman, Jr., licensed in FL and Beth Findsen, local AZ counsel

What to demand, why to demand it, what you really need, how to use it, and Motion Practice regarding discovery and evidentiary issues.

Day 2 – May 1, 2011

8:30 – 9:00 Sign-in and Coffee

9:00 – 10:45 Title Issues; Securitization Search Basics – Alex Goldovsky

A discussion of the importance of the current status of the homeowners’ home’s title. And how a thorough title search can be critical to a well rounded mortgage litigation strategy. Securitization based solely on Current Title. Finding the needle in the haystack – Trust Name.

10:45 – 11:00 Morning Break

11:00 – 11:45 Pleadings Practice – Offensive v. Defensive, Non-Judicial v. Judicial – Jon B. Lindeman, Jr., licensed in FL and Beth Findsen, local AZ counsel

Complaints, Counterclaims, Answers and Affirmative Defenses, for both perfecting your Client’s claims and interests, educating the Judiciary, and positioning the case.

11:45 – 1:00 Lunch Break

1:00 – 1:45 The Man Who Wasn’t There or the Invisible Trust – Daniel Edstrom

The importance placed on Trusts by the Lending Industry in the foreclosure process, the contractual rights of all the parties to the instruments and their potential for failure and the consequences of failure.

1:45 – 2:30 Ethics – Them, Judicial Recusal, Married couples/divorce, Mortgages/Notes with Co-Signers and Third Parties (relatives and realtors) and Fees – Neil Garfield

All in Forty-Five minutes.

2:30 – 2:45 Afternoon Break

2:45 – 3:30 Bankruptcy a Brief Overview – Jon B. Lindeman, Jr., licensed in FL and Beth Findsen, local AZ counsel

Bankruptcy as an offensive strategy for homeowners to keep their home, and a valuable tool in both Non-Judicial and Judicial States.

3:30 – 4:15 The Value of Forensic Analysis and Reports and Expert Testimony and Affidavits – The Panel

A discussion on the varying value of the above tools in presenting a homeowners case to the Court and positioning it for settlement.

4:15 – 5:00 Closing Remarks and Panel Q & A and Discussion – The Panel

5 Responses

  1. […] SEE CLICK HERE TO COME TO FORECLOSURE DEFENSE SEMINAR […]

  2. Here’s an academic legal question for those who might opine: “Why is not the public filing of a “Notice of Default” in non-judicial states a per se violation of section 6802(c) of the “Gramm Leach Bliley Act” (pertaining to disclosure of financial info), particularly when federal law should pre-empt state law that otherwise provides for the filing of such notices? Is anyone aware of whether this issue has been addressed by any court?

  3. NG’s seminar looks like there is an array of subject matter worth absorbing. I would love to attend.

  4. FBI Investigates Foreclosure Fraud!

    Curtis Hertel Jr., Register of Deeds for Ingham County, says that a discovery he made involving alleged fraudulent mortgage documents is now being investigated by both the Ingham County Sheriff’s Department and the FBI.

    “Yes, this is, in my opinion, fraud,” Hertel said. “This is a situation where people were forging someone else’s name to a legal document to take another person’s property. That is fraud.”

    As Register of Deeds, Hertel is responsible for overseeing all the documentation of property sales in the county, including mortgage assignments. Mortgage assignments are documents that transfer ownership of a mortgage from one lending company to another.

    Hertel says he was tipped off to the alleged fraud when he saw a report on CBS’ 60 Minutes. That story helped unwind the Byzantine labyrinth of paper work and investments under which the mortgages were sold as investments. But now that the banks are facing down homeowners who can’t afford the payments of their mortgage agreements, they are finding that in the rush to bundle the mortgages, there were corners cut. The original paperwork is missing.

    60 Minutes uncovered a widespread program wherein people were named as vice president of various banking entities. Those people, including Linda Green, signed these documents by the dozens every day. Green, it turned out, was more desperately needed than one person could handle. Therefore people were paid $13 an hour for signing Linda Green’s name.

    Green’s name was used on thousands of mortgage assignment documents in the U.S. — including here in Michigan. But in Michigan, foreclosure is simply a matter of advertising the foreclosure plan. In order for a homeowner to stop the process, a home owner would have to file suit in circuit court and receive an injunction to stop the foreclosure process and force the foreclosure agency — usually a company like Republican donor Trott and Trott — to cease the foreclosure until clear title to the property can be established.

    Hertel says he identified one case in which a person was in the process of foreclosure, and the alleged fraudulent document was used. That person is preparing to fight the foreclosure with the newly discovered documentation.

    Hertel tells Michigan Messenger that he has spoken with registers of deeds from at least half of the state’s 83 counties. Each register told Hertel they found allegedly fraudulent documents. In Hertel’s case, he has already identified 60 such cases in Ingham county and he has barely begun to dig through the thousands of documents being held in his office.

    In addition to the investigations by the Ingham County Sheriff’s Department and the FBI,tThe story has also gotten the attention of Michigan State Sen. Steve Bieda. He serves on the Senate Judiciary Committee.

    “I will be requesting that the Senate Judiciary Committee conduct an investigation on this,” Bieda tells Michigan Messenger.

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