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Sunday – September 11, 2016
Foreclosure Workshop #21: Saterbak v. JPMorgan Chase Bank and Lucioni v. Bank of America — A Case Study on How Not To Argue and How Not To Decide a Foreclosing Mortgagee’s Standing or Lack Thereof in Foreclosure Actions
The number one issue in foreclosure litigation today continues to be whether the plaintiff has standing to foreclose, which is generally regarded as a threshold jurisdictional requirement otherwise mandating dismissal.
Yet both homeowners’ attorneys and trial and appellate judges alike continue to misfocus their attention by misapplying legal doctrines in the resolution of standing issues.
The purpose of Foreclosure Workshop #21 is to expose and learn from those deficiencies in the context of recent post-Yvanova California appellate cases, in the hope of improving both foreclosure defense advocacy and judicial decision making in this vital area of consumer rights.
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