CFLA Announces Principal Reductions Through Strategic Litigation CA State Bar Approved CLE on Apr 5, 2014 in Los Angeles
Los Angeles, CA, March 19, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Every day, more and more Americans are foreclosed upon despite the known irregularities in loan documents, fraud, predatory lending practices, contract law violations, and many actionable torts, on behalf of major lending institutions, loan servicers, investment banks, and even government institutions. As attorneys, CFLA knew there had to be an easier, more affordable way for industry professionals to obtain access to the world of "hidden trade secrets" that CFLA's team of experts has developed.
Register online or phone 888-758-CFLA (2352): www.CFLA.com
Note: CLE is also available through live, streaming webcast.
$295 - Live Streaming Webcast
$295 - Until March 31, 2014
$395 - Late Registration April 1st - 5th, 2014
San Diego Marriott Marquis and Marina
333 W. Harbour Dr.
San Diego, CA 92101
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.
Non-Judicial Foreclosure (CA)
Litigation – Ownership/Title – CA
Litigation – Possession/Unlawful Detainer – CA
Litigation in Bankruptcy Court
State Court – Title Action Substance
California Homeowner Bill of Rights - SB 900
Goals of the California Homeowner Bill of Rights
Meeting the Goals
Application of the Law
Mortgage Servicer Defined
Changes to Loan Modification Process
New Notice Requirements
Postponed Trustee Sale Date
No Application Fees or Late Fees
Right to Sue Mortgage Servicers
MERS – Mortgage Electronic Registry
Viable Causes of Actions Against MERS
Level Three Audit
Violation of CCP 2932.5
Truth In Lender Act Section 1641(g)
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
For more information and to download the complete syllabus, please see their website above.