|Faculty:||Joseph Chang, Robert Napolitano|
|Production Date:||February 29, 2012|
|Practice Areas:||Banking Law, Mortgages, Real Estate, Texas Specialty - Civil Appellate Law, Texas Specialty - Civil Trial Law, Texas Specialty - Consumer Law|
In Part three of the four-part series, Robert Napolitano and Joseph Chang cover Predatory Lending, which is consistently one of the least understood and underutilized subjects in foreclosure defense practice. Most predatory lenders take advantage of the naïveté and ignorance of the consumer, driven by their greedy desire for unconscionable profits when preying upon the vulnerable. This session clearly defines predatory lending practices and how attorneys can exploit these illegal practices to their client’s advantage.
I. Differences between “Predatory Lending” and Subprime Lending
II. Predatory practices such as Fraudulent Inducements
III. Violations of Unfair Deceptive Acts and Practices (UDAP), Truth in Lending (TILA), State Consumer Protection Laws
Michael (Palmdale, CA)
Best presented set of courses I've seen.
Andrea M.A. (CHESTNUT RIDGE, NY)
James (Berwyn, IL)
Hard-hitting and on point for a general practice!!!
STEPHEN (AUBURN, WA)
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