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TFH 8/19 | Foreclosure Workshop #65: Hacker v. Homeward Residential; M&T Bank v. Plaisted; and U.S. Bank Trust v. Barbier — Ten Strategies for Defeating Foreclosure by Objecting to the Admissibility of Business Records as an Exception to the Hearsay Rule

TFH 8/19 | Foreclosure Workshop #65: Hacker v. Homeward Residential; M&T Bank v. Plaisted; and U.S. Bank Trust v. Barbier — Ten Strategies for Defeating Foreclosure by Objecting to the Admissibility of Business Records as an Exception to the Hearsay Rule

19 August 2018

COMING TO YOU LIVE DIRECTLY FROM THE DUBIN LAW OFFICES AT HARBOR COURT, DOWNTOWN HONOLULU, HAWAII LISTEN TO KHVH-AM (830 ON THE AM RADIO DIAL) ALSO AVAILABLE ON KHVH-AM ON THE iHEART APP ON THE INTERNET . Sunday – August 19, 2018 Foreclosure Workshop #65: Hacker v. Homeward Residential; M&T Bank v. Plaisted; and U.S. […]

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COMPLAINT | NM AG Balderas Brings Lawsuit against Wells Fargo for Opening Thousands of Fake Accounts

COMPLAINT | NM AG Balderas Brings Lawsuit against Wells Fargo for Opening Thousands of Fake Accounts

16 August 2018

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: David Carl August 16, 2018 (505) 288-2465 AG Balderas Brings Lawsuit against Wells Fargo for Opening Thousands of Fake Accounts Albuquerque, NM – Today, Attorney General Hector Balderas announced that the Office of the Attorney General’s Consumer and Environmental Protection Division filed a lawsuit against Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. for illegal […]

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New Mexico sues Wells Fargo over unauthorized accounts

New Mexico sues Wells Fargo over unauthorized accounts

16 August 2018

WHIG- New Mexico is suing Wells Fargo over a scandal in which the financial institution was accused of opening millions of unauthorized bank and credit card accounts across the nation to meet unrealistic sales quotas, state Attorney General Hector Balderas announced Thursday. Balderas’ office filed a lawsuit in district court alleging that Wells Fargo violated […]

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Deutsche Bank Inks $21.9M Deal to End 401(k) Fee Class Action (1)

Deutsche Bank Inks $21.9M Deal to End 401(k) Fee Class Action (1)

15 August 2018

Bloomberg- Deutsche Bank Americas Holding Corp. agreed to pay $21.9 million to settle claims that it mismanaged its employees’ retirement savings by offering proprietary, expensive, and underperforming investment options in its 401(k) plan. The proposed settlement, if approved, would be the largest reached by a financial company facing similar claims. More than two dozen financial […]

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Defective Mortgages: Variations on a Theme

Defective Mortgages: Variations on a Theme

15 August 2018

Bankruptcy-RealEstate-Insights – Harker v. PNC Mtg. Co. (In re Oakes), 581 B.R. 500 (6th Cir. B.A.P. 2018) – A chapter 7 trustee sought to avoid a recorded mortgage with a defective acknowledgment using his strong arm powers. The bankruptcy court ruled in favor of the trustee, and the mortgagee appealed to the Bankruptcy Appellate Panel (BAP). […]

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Next steps for homeowners mistakenly foreclosed by Wells Fargo

Next steps for homeowners mistakenly foreclosed by Wells Fargo

13 August 2018

Bankrate- One thing worse than going through a foreclosure is finding out you never should’ve lost your home in the first place. In a regulatory filing, Wells Fargo revealed that a technical error kept homeowners from qualifying for a mortgage loan modification. According to the bank, 625 customers were denied a loan modification they should have quailed for. […]

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PIJUAN V. BANK OF AMERICA | FL 3rd DCA – We reverse the trial court’s final foreclosure judgment for BOA and remand with instructions to enter an involuntary dismissal of BOA’s case.

PIJUAN V. BANK OF AMERICA | FL 3rd DCA – We reverse the trial court’s final foreclosure judgment for BOA and remand with instructions to enter an involuntary dismissal of BOA’s case.

13 August 2018

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TFH 8/12/2018 | If Plaintiff’s Motion for Summary Judgment has Already Been Granted Against You, and Your Home Is About To Be Sold or Has Already Been Sold to the Foreclosing Plaintiff or to a Third Party, Do You Know The Ten Things You Can Still Try To Do To Save Your Home?

TFH 8/12/2018 | If Plaintiff’s Motion for Summary Judgment has Already Been Granted Against You, and Your Home Is About To Be Sold or Has Already Been Sold to the Foreclosing Plaintiff or to a Third Party, Do You Know The Ten Things You Can Still Try To Do To Save Your Home?

12 August 2018

COMING TO YOU LIVE DIRECTLY FROM THE DUBIN LAW OFFICES AT HARBOR COURT, DOWNTOWN HONOLULU, HAWAII LISTEN TO KHVH-AM (830 ON THE AM RADIO DIAL) ALSO AVAILABLE ON KHVH-AM ON THE iHEART APP ON THE INTERNET . Sunday – August 12, 2018 If Plaintiff’s Motion for Summary Judgment has Already Been Granted Against You, and […]

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The Trump Administration Just Found a New Way to Hand Big Banks Even More Money

The Trump Administration Just Found a New Way to Hand Big Banks Even More Money

09 August 2018

Splinter- Do “financial services” include banking? Not according to the Trump administration, whose new rule, issued Wednesday by the Treasury Department, argues there is a difference — and then cites the alleged difference as a means of extending lucrative tax breaks to the banking industry. The new rule represents more than semantic hairsplitting and hands […]

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What troops can learn from this Marine veteran’s foreclosure fight

What troops can learn from this Marine veteran’s foreclosure fight

09 August 2018

Military Times- A Marine veteran fighting a 2010 foreclosure lost a round in court last month, as a panel of judges ruled he acted too late to invoke financial protections offered to active-duty service members. Jacob McGreevey refinanced the loan on his Vancouver, Washington, home in 2006, according to documents from the 9th U.S. Circuit […]

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County will yank $3.8M from Wells Fargo over ‘aggressive’ foreclosures

County will yank $3.8M from Wells Fargo over ‘aggressive’ foreclosures

09 August 2018

NJ- Essex County is severing its relationship with Wells Fargo and pulling $3.8 million from its accounts, citing the bank’s “malicious and insensitive” treatment of people and “aggressive” foreclosure practices. “The predatory lending schemes and aggressive foreclosure proceedings practiced by Wells Fargo destabilizes neighborhoods and has a negative impact on families and the community,” County Executive […]

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FULL DEPOSITION OF BANK OF AMERICA REP JESSICA WOODBRIDGE – DEFECTIVE BREACH LETTERS – PARAGRAPH 22

FULL DEPOSITION OF BANK OF AMERICA REP JESSICA WOODBRIDGE – DEFECTIVE BREACH LETTERS – PARAGRAPH 22

08 August 2018

This testimony was taken in relation to defective paragraph 22 notices sent to Alabama borrowers for non judicial foreclosures. Ms. Woodbridge’s testimony reveals some of the internal workings of BANA, such as their letter compliance team and committee. 080118 j Woodbridge 1 4PP BANA Corp Rep Para 22 (1) by DinSFLA on Scribd © 2010-18 […]

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Eviction After Foreclosure: New Decisions Clairify the Game

Eviction After Foreclosure: New Decisions Clairify the Game

07 August 2018

New York Law Journal- Eviction after foreclosure is unexpectedly a far more obscure and thorny pursuit than might be imagined. It could certainly benefit from clarity and resolution, something recent cases have helpfully supplied. One elusive area had been (although it could be opined, inappropriately) the effect of a foreclosure upon a tenant not named […]

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Forbes: Wilbur Ross Accused of Stealing Over $120 Million

Forbes: Wilbur Ross Accused of Stealing Over $120 Million

07 August 2018

H/T Daily Beast Forbes- A multimillion-dollar lawsuit has been quietly making its way through the New York State court system over the last three years, pitting a private equity manager named David Storper against his former boss: Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross. The pair worked side by side for more than a decade, eventually at the […]

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Whistleblower: Wells Fargo fraud “could have been stopped”

Whistleblower: Wells Fargo fraud “could have been stopped”

06 August 2018

CBS- When the Wells Fargo banking scandal erupted nationally in 2016, amid allegations that bank employees were encouraged to open credit card accounts for customers without their knowledge, leading to even larger, systemic fraud, Jessie Guitron was at home saying “I told you so.” The scandal rocked the nation and cost the Wells Fargo CEO his job, along […]

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Wells Fargo offers $20,000 to homeowners for improper foreclosures

Wells Fargo offers $20,000 to homeowners for improper foreclosures

06 August 2018

AL- Wells Fargo has admitted a calculation error may have led to the unnecessary foreclosure of as many as 400 homes. The bank said a mistake allowed for lawyers’ fees to be included in a formula that determined if struggling homeowners qualified for federally backed assistance programs. The error led to 625 customers being incorrectly […]

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Wells Fargo: Mistake contributed to hundreds of foreclosures

Wells Fargo: Mistake contributed to hundreds of foreclosures

06 August 2018

Hartford Courant- Wells Fargo says a company mistake contributed to hundreds of foreclosures because it miscalculated customers’ eligibility for mortgage modifications. The bank said in a filing Friday the error caused about 625 customers to be denied, or not offered, loan modifications they otherwise qualified for. Foreclosures were completed in about 400 of the cases. The customers had […]

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TFH 8/5/18 | Foreclosure Workshop #64: U.S. Bank v. Jewel Moore — Learn from Jewel Moore Live How She Was Victimized by the Foreclosure System in Kailua-Kona, Hawaii and What Her Case Teaches Us About the Reforms in the Foreclosure System That Are Desperately Needed

TFH 8/5/18 | Foreclosure Workshop #64: U.S. Bank v. Jewel Moore — Learn from Jewel Moore Live How She Was Victimized by the Foreclosure System in Kailua-Kona, Hawaii and What Her Case Teaches Us About the Reforms in the Foreclosure System That Are Desperately Needed

05 August 2018

COMING TO YOU LIVE DIRECTLY FROM THE DUBIN LAW OFFICES AT HARBOR COURT, DOWNTOWN HONOLULU, HAWAII LISTEN TO KHVH-AM (830 ON THE AM RADIO DIAL) ALSO AVAILABLE ON KHVH-AM ON THE iHEART APP ON THE INTERNET . Sunday – August 5, 2018 Foreclosure Workshop #64: U.S. Bank v. Jewel Moore — Learn from Jewel Moore […]

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Two recession warning signs are here

Two recession warning signs are here

01 August 2018

Money CNN- Housing and rates are worrying some economists that a recession is looming. “One of the biggest concerns is the housing market,” said Lindsey Piegza, chief economist for Stifel, on CNNMoney’s “Markets Now” live show Wednesday. “It’s throwing up a very large red flag and suggests maybe this 4% growth we saw in the […]

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Wells Fargo Agrees to Pay $2.09 Billion Penalty for Allegedly Misrepresenting Quality of Loans Used in Residential Mortgage-Backed Securities

Wells Fargo Agrees to Pay $2.09 Billion Penalty for Allegedly Misrepresenting Quality of Loans Used in Residential Mortgage-Backed Securities

01 August 2018

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Wednesday, August 1, 2018 Wells Fargo Agrees to Pay $2.09 Billion Penalty for Allegedly Misrepresenting Quality of Loans Used in Residential Mortgage-Backed Securities The Justice Department announced today that Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. and several of its affiliates (Wells Fargo) will pay a civil penalty of $2.09 billion under the Financial Institutions […]

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Bank of America Freezes Family’s Accounts After Demanding Proof of Citizenship

Bank of America Freezes Family’s Accounts After Demanding Proof of Citizenship

31 July 2018

Fortune- A Kansas couple says Bank of America blocked access to the account they’ve had with the bank since the early 2000s after they ignored a form demanding proof of citizenship from the husband, who happens to be a native of Wichita. Josh Collins and Jessica Salazar Collins say they assumed the form was a scam, given their […]

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The U.S. Housing Market Looks Headed for Its Worst Slowdown in Years

The U.S. Housing Market Looks Headed for Its Worst Slowdown in Years

30 July 2018

Bloomberg- They were fed up with Seattle’s home bidding wars. They were only in their late 20s but had already lost two battles and were ready to renew with their landlord. Then, in May, their agent called. Suddenly, Redfin’s Shoshana Godwin told the couple, sellers were getting jumpy, even here in the hottest of markets. Homes that […]

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