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Refuting Inadequate Disclosure, Fiduciary Duty and Suitability Claims

October 28, 2008 - October 29, 2008

ACI Subprime Litigation & Enforcement Conference

Sutherland Partners Neil S. Lang and S. Lawrence Polk are speaking at ACI’s Subprime Litigation & Enforcement Conference, October 28-29, 2008, at the Millennium Broadway Hotel in New York City.  Neil and Larry are presenting on refuting inadequate disclosure, fiduciary duty and suitability claims. Their presentation will include:  emerging suitability standards; sufficient evidence to show adequate disclosure; the impact of assignee liability on servicers; recent decisions regarding the good faith duty to protect the borrower’s interest; limits of a fiduciary duty between the lender and the borrower: strategies to address a jury; and responding to good faith and fair dealing claims.

As the subprime/credit crisis permeates every corner of the economy, the stakes are getting higher and higher for lenders, servicers, investors and issuers of mortgage-backed securities. This conference is designed to provide attendees with legal strategies for responding to the newest securities, investor and borrower actions.

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