• "Robo-Signers"

    Dena M. Roudybush, General Counsel for Compliance Counsel and Legal Corrspondent on reports on critical issues relating to today's mortgage crisis and foreclosure litigation defense news on The Mortgage Crisis Update. The Mortgage Crisis Update is a webcast hosted by Dena M. Roudybush, Attorney and General Counsel for Compliance Counsel, reporting news and analysis relating to the mortgage crisis with updates on foreclosure defense litigation, regulatory compliance and homeowner protection.

    published: 19 Mar 2011
  • da Vinci Surgical Robot Lawsuit Funding – da Vinci Surgery Lawsuit Loans

    Visit http://www.easylawsuitfunding.com to learn more about da Vinci Surgical Robot Lawsuit Funding – da Vinci Surgery Lawsuit Loans. Were you injured by a da Vinci robotic surgical system? Do you have a da Vinci robotic surgical system lawsuit? Have you filed a da Vinci robotic surgery lawsuit? If you are suffering from da Vinci surgical robot complications or have been a victim of a da Vinci robotic surgery and have a lawyer, contact “Easy Lawsuit Funding” to find out if you may be available for a lawsuit cash advance. “Easy Lawsuit Funding” is a specialty legal finance company and industry leader in providing litigation funding solutions to plaintiffs and law firms. Pre-settlement funding enable injured plaintiffs to fight for the settlement they deserve. Do you think a da Vinci robo...

    published: 16 Jan 2015
  • LitigationFactoring.com Bubble Burst video

    In the late 2000s, the "Mortgage Bubble" became unstable. In July, 2009 it burst. The resultant effect was a trail of foreclosures, the incipiency of MERS, and then the "robo-signing" scandal by the national mortgage industry. This is where many individual homeowners became involved in foreclosure defense litigation.

    published: 01 Oct 2013
  • Principal Reductions Through Strategic Litigation- Attorney 6HR CLE- Apr 5, 2014

    For more information and to register visit CFLA.com or phone 888-758-CFLA (2352) Instructor Patricia Rodriguez, Esq. Rodriguez Law Group, Inc. Member of the State Bar of California Admitted in Central, Northern and Eastern Federal District Courts of California Temple University Law School - J.D. Temple University Law School - Law Program in Japan University of Southern California (USC) - B.S. in Business  Ms. Rodriguez obtained her Juris Doctor from Temple University. While there, she participated in their National Trial Team and received exceptional advocacy training from one of the best law school programs in the country. Ms. Rodriguez previously worked for the Camden Public Defenders Office, the Philadelphia Public Defenders Office, the Los Angeles District Attorney's Office a...

    published: 31 Mar 2014
  • Webinar: Robo-Advising - Sifting Facts from Myths Part I

    Are robo-advisors outperforming the market? Is there an opportunity in international markets? Grant Easterbrook with Mansi Singhal at qplum office in Jersey City. See how qplum's the next wave of investment technology and democratizing investing for all investors! Check us out here: https://www.qplum.co/alpha Start with our qPlanner to create your customized portfolio here: https://www.qplum.co/qplanner You can see how our founders are invested through our Founder's Portfolio here: https://www.qplum.co/qfolio/flagship

    published: 08 May 2016
  • Popular Latin American Singer Sues Over $400K She Says Is Missing From Her Wells Fargo Accounts

    The bank told CBS2's Randy Paige that two employees named in the singer's lawsuit no longer work for the bank.

    published: 02 Jul 2016
  • Woman sues over Robo-Signing

    http://www.fraudstoppers.org Robo Signing Results in Free House Woman finds RoboSigning in her mom’s mortgage, prevents evidence to court, and mortgage lender agrees to forgive entire mortgage. They walk away mortgage free, with a free house, because of the banks fraud. Register for a free mortgage fraud analysis and find out if your loan contains fraud at: http://www.fraudstoppers.org/free-mortgage-fraud-analysis/ Or call us for more details 844-372-8378

    published: 11 Feb 2016
  • Mortgage Fraud, What is RoboSigning?

    n short, mortgage fraud refers to the process of the mass production of false and forged execution of mortgage assignments, satisfactions, affidavits, and other legal documents related to mortgage foreclosures. This includes forging signatures on legal documents, notary fraud wherein notaries pre-notarize or post-notarize affidavits and the practice of bank employees signing off on important legal documents and affidavits without reviewing them to investigate their veracity. Anything done by the banking or mortgage industry that bypasses standard legal procedures in order to expedite or falsify a foreclosure could potentially be mortgage fraud. These practices within the banking and mortgage industry are often described using the catch all term, "robo-signing." http://www.bcamortgagefraud....

    published: 26 Apr 2013
  • Robo Signing -New Bank Scam to Bill You For Their Debt

    Beware Banks are using threats to get you to pay debts that may not even be yours- http://articles.latimes.com/2012/aug/20/business/la-fi-debt-collection-20120820 Here was advice passed on to me to share- from Veritas- 30 day reply that the recipient who the bank attempted to extort funds from, that she / he demand for the record, a 'True Bill of Accounting for Settlement and Closure' from any would be 'holder in due course' of a Bid, Performance or Payment Bond ; by which charge and all Covered, Company, Call and Put Warrants, etc., are based ; and that this true bill be a certified proof of claim. speaking of certified, In your reply, with said demand, please make certain that your reply / demand is a certified copy, courts only except certified documentary evidence, should the matter ev...

    published: 22 Aug 2012
  • Wells Fargo Attorney Mark W Rattan attacks journalist to cover up forgery and foreclosure fraud

    https://www.change.org/p/wisconsin-state-bar-association-first-amendment-sue-nasty-wells-fargo-attorney-for-assaulting-independent-journalist http://mortgagemovies.blogspot.com/2017/03/kingcast-and-mortgage-movies-see-rude.html https://www.scribd.com/document/343207372/Assault-Wisconsin-Hearing-Officer-Ejects-Reporter-to-Chill-First-Amendment-Coverage-of-Unlawful-and-Fraudulent-Foreclosures-in-Disciplinary-Witch-Hun Stay tuned for the Change.org litigation fund link. The Referee's failure to admonish Attorney Rattan for his threatening and abusive actions that clearly constituted a breach of the peace under state and local code represents an unlawful Chilling of my First Amendment Rights and Responsibilities as a journalist. This is particularly true given his consistent "warnings" le...

    published: 29 Mar 2017
  • Attorney General Files Lawsuit Against 5 Big Banks !

    BOSTON — Calling it the first of its kind in the nation, Attorney General Martha Coakley yesterday alleged in a lawsuit that five nationwide banks engaged in deceptive loan practices and pursued illegal foreclosures on Massachusetts properties. Those banks in turn criticized Coakley for abandoning settlement negotiations. Among the homes Coakley cites in her lawsuit is a single-family house on DeLuca Road in Milford. The lawsuit filed in Suffolk Superior Court against Bank of America, Wells Fargo, JP Morgan Chase, Citigroup and GMAC argues the major banks used fraudulent documentation during foreclosure proceedings, including so-called "robo-signing," and illegally foreclosed on properties without holding the actual mortgages. Coakley also claimed the banks failed to uphold loan modif...

    published: 03 Dec 2011
  • Robo-Signer Presentation & Foreclosure Defense - Part3

    Alex Goldovsky, CEO of ProTitleUSA, gave a lecture at a PA Foreclosure Defense Seminar - Match'2012. This is part 3 of 4 segments for the seminar presentation.

    published: 23 Mar 2012
  • The Rising Tide of Civil Litigation Based on Alleged Support for Terrorism

    Many leading corporations and financial institutions – including among others energy companies, airlines, suppliers of chemicals allegedly used in weapons, agricultural concerns, social and news media, and financial institutions based in the US, Europe, Asia and Middle East – have been sued based on allegations that they provided goods or services that supposedly in some manner benefited terrorists. Such suits are brought under many legal theories, but chiefly under the Anti-Terrorism Act. Of late, these actions are on the rise.

    published: 04 Apr 2017
  • 116 Quiet Title Action Can Save Your Home

    Attorney Carl Person outlines the various types of services seeking to obtain money from homeowners for assistance in stopping threatened foreclosures and why all but one type -- the quiet title action -- lacks the one feature that homeowners need to give them the best chance to obtain a reasonable loan modification agreement. This feature is being in litigation against the bank, either as a lawsuit brought by the homeowner against the claimed loan servicer and REMIC Trustee (the quiet title action) or by defending a foreclosure action brought against the homeowner (with counterclaims equivalent to a quiet title action). Person explains why litigation against the banks is far more helpful for the homeowner threatened with foreclosure than the various other non-litigation alternatives. Al...

    published: 12 Mar 2013
  • 113K Wrongful Foreclosure Actions

    Foreclosure defense attorney Carl Person discusses wrongful foreclosure actions, pointing out that they only apply as to foreclosures occurring as to real property located in non-judicial foreclosure states, and that the defenses used in defending against foreclosure are going to be issues raised in a wrongful foreclosure action, including such issues known as "standing", "robo-signing", "chain of title", "possession of note", "original note", to name some. Person explains that it appears to be the law throughout the U.S. that if a non-judicial foreclosure sale was not done legally (because at the moment of initiating the process with a notice of intent to foreclose or notice of acceleration of debt, then the sale will be set aside and the real property returned to the foreclosed homeowner...

    published: 19 Jan 2013
  • Robo-Advisers and Advisers Act Compliance

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    published: 03 Apr 2017
"Robo-Signers"

"Robo-Signers"

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  • Updated: 19 Mar 2011
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Dena M. Roudybush, General Counsel for Compliance Counsel and Legal Corrspondent on reports on critical issues relating to today's mortgage crisis and foreclosure litigation defense news on The Mortgage Crisis Update. The Mortgage Crisis Update is a webcast hosted by Dena M. Roudybush, Attorney and General Counsel for Compliance Counsel, reporting news and analysis relating to the mortgage crisis with updates on foreclosure defense litigation, regulatory compliance and homeowner protection.
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da Vinci Surgical Robot Lawsuit Funding – da Vinci Surgery Lawsuit Loans

da Vinci Surgical Robot Lawsuit Funding – da Vinci Surgery Lawsuit Loans

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  • Updated: 16 Jan 2015
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Visit http://www.easylawsuitfunding.com to learn more about da Vinci Surgical Robot Lawsuit Funding – da Vinci Surgery Lawsuit Loans. Were you injured by a da Vinci robotic surgical system? Do you have a da Vinci robotic surgical system lawsuit? Have you filed a da Vinci robotic surgery lawsuit? If you are suffering from da Vinci surgical robot complications or have been a victim of a da Vinci robotic surgery and have a lawyer, contact “Easy Lawsuit Funding” to find out if you may be available for a lawsuit cash advance. “Easy Lawsuit Funding” is a specialty legal finance company and industry leader in providing litigation funding solutions to plaintiffs and law firms. Pre-settlement funding enable injured plaintiffs to fight for the settlement they deserve. Do you think a da Vinci robotic surgery lawsuit funding or lawsuit loan is right for you? Would you like to learn more about Lawsuit Funding? To apply online for lawsuit cash and learn more about the advantages of settlement loan, please visit our website: http://www.easylawsuitfunding.com/Medical_Device_Case_Funding.html Process to obtain Settlement Loan on Lawsuit is simple, fast and free: • Approval in as little as 24 hours • No Credit Checks • No Income Verification • No Repayment if you lose your case! • Simple, Straight forward paperwork • Fast delivery of cash • No Monthly payments • Lowest fees The “Easy Lawsuit Funding” (http://www.easylawsuitfunding.com) Company offers lawsuit loans on most types of lawsuits, including the following: Easy Lawsuit Funding is the leading provider on following; Auto Accident Claims : http://www.easylawsuitfunding.com/Personal_Injury_Settlements.html Personal Injury Settlements: http://www.easylawsuitfunding.com/Personal_Injury_Settlements.html Employment Litigation Funding: http://www.easylawsuitfunding.com/Employment__Lawsuit_Loans.html Commercial Litigation Funding: http://www.easylawsuitfunding.com/Workers_Comp_Funding.html Defective Pharmaceutical Funding: http://www.easylawsuitfunding.com/Defective_Drug_Case_Funding.html Defective Medical Device Funding: http://www.easylawsuitfunding.com/Medical_Device_Case_Funding.html Workers Comp Cash Advance: http://www.easylawsuitfunding.com/Workers_Comp_Funding.html Attorney Funding and Law Firm Loans: http://www.easylawsuitfunding.com/Attorney_and_Law_Firm_Loans.html and many more… Would you like to learn more about lawsuit cash & lawsuit funding? To apply online for lawsuit funding and learn more about the advantages of lawsuit loan and lawsuit funding, please visit our website: http://www.easylawsuitfunding.com
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LitigationFactoring.com Bubble Burst video

LitigationFactoring.com Bubble Burst video

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  • Updated: 01 Oct 2013
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In the late 2000s, the "Mortgage Bubble" became unstable. In July, 2009 it burst. The resultant effect was a trail of foreclosures, the incipiency of MERS, and then the "robo-signing" scandal by the national mortgage industry. This is where many individual homeowners became involved in foreclosure defense litigation.
https://wn.com/Litigationfactoring.Com_Bubble_Burst_Video
Principal Reductions Through Strategic Litigation- Attorney 6HR CLE- Apr 5, 2014

Principal Reductions Through Strategic Litigation- Attorney 6HR CLE- Apr 5, 2014

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  • Updated: 31 Mar 2014
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For more information and to register visit CFLA.com or phone 888-758-CFLA (2352) Instructor Patricia Rodriguez, Esq. Rodriguez Law Group, Inc. Member of the State Bar of California Admitted in Central, Northern and Eastern Federal District Courts of California Temple University Law School - J.D. Temple University Law School - Law Program in Japan University of Southern California (USC) - B.S. in Business  Ms. Rodriguez obtained her Juris Doctor from Temple University. While there, she participated in their National Trial Team and received exceptional advocacy training from one of the best law school programs in the country. Ms. Rodriguez previously worked for the Camden Public Defenders Office, the Philadelphia Public Defenders Office, the Los Angeles District Attorney's Office and the Los Angeles Public Defenders Office. She currently runs her own boutique law firm in Los Angeles County specializing in Criminal Defense, Foreclosure Defense, and Bankruptcy Law. Topics Include: Trial Techniques Courtroom Decorum Opening Statement Direct Examination Cross-Examination Closing Jury Selection Pre-Litigation Non-Judicial Foreclosure (CA) Litigation -- Ownership/Title -- CA Litigation -- Possession/Unlawful Detainer -- CA Litigation in Bankruptcy Court State Court -- Title Action Substance Origination Documents Origination Fraud Servicing Fraud Unjust Enrichment California Homeowner Bill of Rights - SB 900 Goals of the California Homeowner Bill of Rights Meeting the Goals Application of the Law Large Lenders Exclusions Relevant Provisions Mortgage Servicer Defined Dual Tracking Changes to Loan Modification Process Single Point of Contact Established Robo-Signing Eliminated New Notice Requirements Postponed Trustee Sale Date No Application Fees or Late Fees Right to Sue Mortgage Servicers Selling Fraud MERS -- Mortgage Electronic Registry Current Law Bloomberg Level Three Audit Violation of CCP 2932.5 Truth In Lender Act Section 1641(g) Wrongful Foreclosure Unjust Enrichment Violations of Business & Professions Code §17200 Unfair and Deceptive Acts and Practices (UDAP) [Fraudulently Procured Documents] Violation of Cal. Civil Code Section 2934a (Substitution of Trustee) Security First Rule HAMP Guidelines -- Breach of Contract Violation of California Civil Code of Procedure 2924 Slander of Title Declaratory Relief Damages (Injury-in-fact) Equitabel Estoppel Governing Rules Analysis Conclusion
https://wn.com/Principal_Reductions_Through_Strategic_Litigation_Attorney_6Hr_Cle_Apr_5,_2014
Webinar: Robo-Advising - Sifting Facts from Myths Part I

Webinar: Robo-Advising - Sifting Facts from Myths Part I

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  • Updated: 08 May 2016
  • views: 457
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Are robo-advisors outperforming the market? Is there an opportunity in international markets? Grant Easterbrook with Mansi Singhal at qplum office in Jersey City. See how qplum's the next wave of investment technology and democratizing investing for all investors! Check us out here: https://www.qplum.co/alpha Start with our qPlanner to create your customized portfolio here: https://www.qplum.co/qplanner You can see how our founders are invested through our Founder's Portfolio here: https://www.qplum.co/qfolio/flagship
https://wn.com/Webinar_Robo_Advising_Sifting_Facts_From_Myths_Part_I
Popular Latin American Singer Sues Over $400K She Says Is Missing From Her Wells Fargo Accounts

Popular Latin American Singer Sues Over $400K She Says Is Missing From Her Wells Fargo Accounts

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  • Updated: 02 Jul 2016
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The bank told CBS2's Randy Paige that two employees named in the singer's lawsuit no longer work for the bank.
https://wn.com/Popular_Latin_American_Singer_Sues_Over_400K_She_Says_Is_Missing_From_Her_Wells_Fargo_Accounts
Woman sues over Robo-Signing

Woman sues over Robo-Signing

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  • Updated: 11 Feb 2016
  • views: 604
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http://www.fraudstoppers.org Robo Signing Results in Free House Woman finds RoboSigning in her mom’s mortgage, prevents evidence to court, and mortgage lender agrees to forgive entire mortgage. They walk away mortgage free, with a free house, because of the banks fraud. Register for a free mortgage fraud analysis and find out if your loan contains fraud at: http://www.fraudstoppers.org/free-mortgage-fraud-analysis/ Or call us for more details 844-372-8378
https://wn.com/Woman_Sues_Over_Robo_Signing
Mortgage Fraud, What is RoboSigning?

Mortgage Fraud, What is RoboSigning?

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  • Duration: 1:03
  • Updated: 26 Apr 2013
  • views: 163
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n short, mortgage fraud refers to the process of the mass production of false and forged execution of mortgage assignments, satisfactions, affidavits, and other legal documents related to mortgage foreclosures. This includes forging signatures on legal documents, notary fraud wherein notaries pre-notarize or post-notarize affidavits and the practice of bank employees signing off on important legal documents and affidavits without reviewing them to investigate their veracity. Anything done by the banking or mortgage industry that bypasses standard legal procedures in order to expedite or falsify a foreclosure could potentially be mortgage fraud. These practices within the banking and mortgage industry are often described using the catch all term, "robo-signing." http://www.bcamortgagefraud.com/mortgage_fraud_litigation
https://wn.com/Mortgage_Fraud,_What_Is_Robosigning
Robo Signing -New Bank Scam to Bill You For Their Debt

Robo Signing -New Bank Scam to Bill You For Their Debt

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  • Updated: 22 Aug 2012
  • views: 4528
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Beware Banks are using threats to get you to pay debts that may not even be yours- http://articles.latimes.com/2012/aug/20/business/la-fi-debt-collection-20120820 Here was advice passed on to me to share- from Veritas- 30 day reply that the recipient who the bank attempted to extort funds from, that she / he demand for the record, a 'True Bill of Accounting for Settlement and Closure' from any would be 'holder in due course' of a Bid, Performance or Payment Bond ; by which charge and all Covered, Company, Call and Put Warrants, etc., are based ; and that this true bill be a certified proof of claim. speaking of certified, In your reply, with said demand, please make certain that your reply / demand is a certified copy, courts only except certified documentary evidence, should the matter ever go before a judge. Please note, also, that your reply should and must be mailed to the sendier / Bank etc., certified ot registered mail
https://wn.com/Robo_Signing_New_Bank_Scam_To_Bill_You_For_Their_Debt
Wells Fargo Attorney Mark W  Rattan attacks journalist to cover up forgery and foreclosure fraud

Wells Fargo Attorney Mark W Rattan attacks journalist to cover up forgery and foreclosure fraud

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  • Updated: 29 Mar 2017
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https://www.change.org/p/wisconsin-state-bar-association-first-amendment-sue-nasty-wells-fargo-attorney-for-assaulting-independent-journalist http://mortgagemovies.blogspot.com/2017/03/kingcast-and-mortgage-movies-see-rude.html https://www.scribd.com/document/343207372/Assault-Wisconsin-Hearing-Officer-Ejects-Reporter-to-Chill-First-Amendment-Coverage-of-Unlawful-and-Fraudulent-Foreclosures-in-Disciplinary-Witch-Hun Stay tuned for the Change.org litigation fund link. The Referee's failure to admonish Attorney Rattan for his threatening and abusive actions that clearly constituted a breach of the peace under state and local code represents an unlawful Chilling of my First Amendment Rights and Responsibilities as a journalist. This is particularly true given his consistent "warnings" levied at me for no reason, simply for taking a handful of pictures from time to time. My picture count was low and I kept it that way so as not to offend. Notably, the Record will reveal that Referee Winiarski actually ejected me the moment I asked him why he had not reprimanded Attorney Rattan and when I indicated that I would take the matter up with the Wisconsin Supreme Court, and that “I was done talking.” So he punished me and the Cause of the First Amendment and the Cause of Justice and open government in Ms. Nora’s case because of my notice of intent to exercise my lawful right of review, and that’s a fact. These events occurred the way in which they did because of unlawful bias against Ms. Nora and myself because we are exposing robo-signing, forgery and fraud that has run rampant in the mortgage industry for the past several years.
https://wn.com/Wells_Fargo_Attorney_Mark_W_Rattan_Attacks_Journalist_To_Cover_Up_Forgery_And_Foreclosure_Fraud
Attorney General Files Lawsuit Against 5 Big Banks !

Attorney General Files Lawsuit Against 5 Big Banks !

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  • Updated: 03 Dec 2011
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BOSTON — Calling it the first of its kind in the nation, Attorney General Martha Coakley yesterday alleged in a lawsuit that five nationwide banks engaged in deceptive loan practices and pursued illegal foreclosures on Massachusetts properties. Those banks in turn criticized Coakley for abandoning settlement negotiations. Among the homes Coakley cites in her lawsuit is a single-family house on DeLuca Road in Milford. The lawsuit filed in Suffolk Superior Court against Bank of America, Wells Fargo, JP Morgan Chase, Citigroup and GMAC argues the major banks used fraudulent documentation during foreclosure proceedings, including so-called "robo-signing," and illegally foreclosed on properties without holding the actual mortgages. Coakley also claimed the banks failed to uphold loan modification promises to Massachusetts homeowners. Several of the banks named in the suit responded by criticizing Coakley for distracting from negotiations they are having with individual states and initiating what could be a lengthy legal proceeding that will delay relief for homeowners. A spokesman for Citigroup also denied the bank had done anything illegal. "We continue to believe that a collaborative resolution rather than continued litigation will most quickly heal the housing market and help drive economic recovery," said Lawrence Grayson, a spokesman for Bank of America. "We're working closely with the Department of Justice, state attorneys general and other agencies to reach a fair and comprehensive solution to these critical issues." Coakley described the lawsuit as the nation's first comprehensive legal action against the five major national banks regarding the foreclosure crisis that hobbled the country's housing market and contributed to a deep recession, affecting more than 45,000 Massachusetts homeowners. Coakley said she had lost faith in negotiations with the banks but would not rule out signing on to an agreement if one could be reached before the lawsuit is resolved in court. "It was the banks who were ultimately bailed out by taxpayers while individual investors and homeowners were left on their own. And whether those institutions believe they are too big to fail, they certainly have demonstrated that they believe they're too big to care about the impact of their actions," Coakley said. Coakley is seeking civil penalties, restitution for borrowers and compensation for registration fees that were avoided, as well permanent injunctive relief to find a solution to prior unlawful foreclosures. She said she hoped to move the case "as quickly as possible," but that it would be up to the courts to set a timetable. Coakley points to a Milford home, among others, in her lawsuit. It contends that a Milford resident borrowed $253,600 from Sallie Mae Home Loans for a home at 22 DeLuca Road, and that before Jan. 24, 2008, Citibank filed a foreclosure complaint, claiming it was "the owner (or assignee) and holder of a mortgage with statutory power of sale given by (the Milford borrower)." The suit says Citibank forced the property to be sold at auction on March 25, 2008, even though Citibank did not become the holder of the mortgage until May 21, 2008. JP Morgan Chase spokesman Thomas Kelly said the bank was focused on reaching a more far-reaching settlement that would benefit homeowners around the country. "We are disappointed that Massachusetts would take this action now when negotiations are ongoing with the attorneys general and the federal government on a broader settlement that could bring immediate relief to Massachusetts borrowers rather than years of contested legal proceedings," Kelly said in a statement. Lew Finfer, executive director of the Massachusetts Communities Action Network, said a victory in court would help tens of thousands of homeowners facing foreclosure or who had been illegally foreclosed upon, as well as communities who have seen property values deteriorate because of foreclosures. "This lawsuit by AG Coakley, the first against all five major banks on foreclosure violations, gives her a hammer to either compel more serious negotiations toward a good settlement, or she can proceed with the lawsuit and hopefully win a strong decision anyway," Finfer said. Read more: http://www.metrowestdailynews.com/editorspick_mobile/x46240917/Attorney-general-files-suit-against-five-major-lenders#ixzz1fUUr8jlm
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Robo-Signer Presentation & Foreclosure Defense - Part3

Robo-Signer Presentation & Foreclosure Defense - Part3

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  • Updated: 23 Mar 2012
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Alex Goldovsky, CEO of ProTitleUSA, gave a lecture at a PA Foreclosure Defense Seminar - Match'2012. This is part 3 of 4 segments for the seminar presentation.
https://wn.com/Robo_Signer_Presentation_Foreclosure_Defense_Part3
The Rising Tide of Civil Litigation Based on Alleged Support for Terrorism

The Rising Tide of Civil Litigation Based on Alleged Support for Terrorism

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  • Updated: 04 Apr 2017
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Many leading corporations and financial institutions – including among others energy companies, airlines, suppliers of chemicals allegedly used in weapons, agricultural concerns, social and news media, and financial institutions based in the US, Europe, Asia and Middle East – have been sued based on allegations that they provided goods or services that supposedly in some manner benefited terrorists. Such suits are brought under many legal theories, but chiefly under the Anti-Terrorism Act. Of late, these actions are on the rise.
https://wn.com/The_Rising_Tide_Of_Civil_Litigation_Based_On_Alleged_Support_For_Terrorism
116 Quiet Title Action Can Save Your Home

116 Quiet Title Action Can Save Your Home

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  • Updated: 12 Mar 2013
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Attorney Carl Person outlines the various types of services seeking to obtain money from homeowners for assistance in stopping threatened foreclosures and why all but one type -- the quiet title action -- lacks the one feature that homeowners need to give them the best chance to obtain a reasonable loan modification agreement. This feature is being in litigation against the bank, either as a lawsuit brought by the homeowner against the claimed loan servicer and REMIC Trustee (the quiet title action) or by defending a foreclosure action brought against the homeowner (with counterclaims equivalent to a quiet title action). Person explains why litigation against the banks is far more helpful for the homeowner threatened with foreclosure than the various other non-litigation alternatives. Also, Person points out that critics of the quiet title action do not understand what they are and to some extent are snake-oil salespersons selling a service of dubious value to troubled homeowners. The quiet title action has comprehensive claims involving a declaratory judgment as to note ownership, chain of title, robo-signing, Articles 3 and 9 of the Uniform Commercial Code, loan modification fraud, recovery of monthly payments made by mistake, principal reduction and note reformation, and deceptive business practices. The quiet title action has very little similarity to the quiet title action to resolve ownership issues in real estate.
https://wn.com/116_Quiet_Title_Action_Can_Save_Your_Home
113K Wrongful Foreclosure Actions

113K Wrongful Foreclosure Actions

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  • Updated: 19 Jan 2013
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Foreclosure defense attorney Carl Person discusses wrongful foreclosure actions, pointing out that they only apply as to foreclosures occurring as to real property located in non-judicial foreclosure states, and that the defenses used in defending against foreclosure are going to be issues raised in a wrongful foreclosure action, including such issues known as "standing", "robo-signing", "chain of title", "possession of note", "original note", to name some. Person explains that it appears to be the law throughout the U.S. that if a non-judicial foreclosure sale was not done legally (because at the moment of initiating the process with a notice of intent to foreclose or notice of acceleration of debt, then the sale will be set aside and the real property returned to the foreclosed homeowner. However, Person points out that the servicer or bank can correct many of the defects and come back for another foreclosure sale, unless the statute of limitations has expired. Accordingly, Person urges homeowners facing a threat of foreclosure to start early, not waiting for the servicer or bank in a non-judicial foreclosure state, to initiate foreclosure proceedings, and take the initiative by suing the servicer and bank with a quiet title action (in his/her own county or in New York, NY, the home of securitization) for the purpose of encouraging the servicer and REMIC trustee to resolve the litigation with an affordable loan modification agreement, with any principal reduction, which the bank and servicer had been refusing to give up to this point. Person explains why with litigation the bank and servicer are far more apt to give an affordable loan modification agreement, and principal reduction under these circumstances. A final note, a wrongful foreclosure action doesn't exist as to a judicial foreclosure because the judgment of foreclosure is not wrongful if the homeowner failed to appear and defend or failed to convince the judge to rule in the homeowner's favor - the remedy is to appeal or move to vacate the judgment, but not to file a wrongful foreclosure action.
https://wn.com/113K_Wrongful_Foreclosure_Actions
Robo-Advisers and Advisers Act Compliance

Robo-Advisers and Advisers Act Compliance

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  • Updated: 03 Apr 2017
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