San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
This class will cover the most common causes of action in foreclosure litigation, including breach of contract, negligence, §17200 (California’s Unfair Competition Law), and HBOR (Homeowner’s Bill of Rights). It will focus on issues face by homeowners, such as denial of permanent modifications after completing trial modification; two- to three-year delays and modification reviews which impact alternative options available to homeowners, such as chapter 13 Bankruptcy or sale of the property; and, "dual tracking" where the lender schedules foreclosure when the borrower is in modification review.
Presented by Yelena Gurevich Yelena Gurevich is a founding member and managing attorney at the Consumer Action Law Group in Los Angeles, California, and has dedicated much of her legal career to protecting and fighting for California homeowners facing foreclosure. She graduated from the University of Southern California with a B.A. in Philosophy, and received her J.D. at the Thomas Jefferson School of Law in San Diego. Yelena is licensed with the California State Bar and the United States District Courts for the Central, Eastern, Northern, and Southern Districts of California.
One hour general MCLE credit
Fee: $35 for the class (nonrefundable, payment reserves spot)
You must visit www.lalawlibrary.org/CLASSES to register and pay for the class.
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