Los Angeles, CA, July 26, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- CFLA's founding vision was for Attorneys and Legal Professionals to utilize cutting edge trade secrets and industry professionals to assist them in the training, research, and work product development necessary to litigate on behalf of their homeowner clients. CFLA brought together some of the best minds in the legal and technological fields to make this vision a reality. The result is CFLA, Inc - the leading, nationally recognized legal brand for law firms, attorneys, and small business in the United States.
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"Thank you for offering such a fine production on Saturday, 'Mortgage Securitization & Litigation.' Tim O'Reilly organized this complex subject into a comprehensive outline and marched us step-by step through the legal quagmire of foreclosure litigation. I wish there had been 500 lawyers in the room, so that an army of litigators could now be turned loose to go after the banks that are harvesting billions of dollars from homeowners whose only mistake is to believe that the banks are telling the truth. O'Reilly commanded the room for nine hours, covered all the bases, answered every question, and showed no sign of fatigue as he guided us from A to Z." —Douglas Gillies
Timothy L. O'Reilly, Esq., Seminar Speaker
Admitted to the State Bar of California in 1990; He is a trial lawyer, litigator, and a former supervising prosecutor with significant experience in both civil and criminal courtrooms. His work has included defending complex criminal matters, prosecuting substantial business and contract disputes, as well as litigating real estate, banking, and securitization cases. He is currently working with Avid Law Center, a real estate, bankruptcy, and mortgage litigation firm in Orange County. He oversees the firm’s foreclosure defense and mortgage securitization litigation practice areas working in the defense of homeowners seeking resolution and debt relief from their mortgage issues. He recently retired from service in the U.S. Army and reserve forces after 25 years with the rank of Lieutenant Colonel. He holds a California Real Estate Broker’s license, MNLS Mortgage Loan Originator endorsement, and is certified as a Mortgage Securitization Auditor by CFLA.
Fundamentals of Securitization: What is Securitization?, Mortgage Securitizing Basics, The Securitization Parties and Their Roles, MERS – Mortgage Electronic Registration System, Inc., Pooling and Servicing Agreements, Transfers of Mortgage Loans to Trusts, Cut-off and Closing Dates, 90-Day REMIC Rule, Security Instrument, Transfer Rules, Form of Endorsements of Notes, Standing Arguments on Transfers and Perfection, New York Trust Law, Transfer and Delivery Rules, and Assets, Notes & Collateral
Finding the Securitized Trust, the PSA, & Note: Tracking the Note through Auditing, Finding the Pooling and Servicing Agreement, and Showing Pay-Offs on the Securitized Trust and Note
Foreclosure Defense Issues and Actions: Non-Judicial v. Judicial Procedure, Significant Recent Cases, Servicing Companies: Master Servicer vs. Primary or Secondary Servicer, ROBO Signing – What is the Real Effect, Notaries – Issues with Signing, California Foreclosure Defense Actions in the Post-Gomes Courts
Foreclosure Defense Actions in California: Some Potential Actions and Causes of Action to Consider, Potential Defendants
Ethical Considerations in Mortgage Modifications: FTC and the MARS Rule, Senate Bill 94, Litigation Exceptions