BREAKING: SCOTUS Ends Eviction Moratorium: Implications For Your Financial Institutions

with
Daniel A. Cotter
On-Demand
$149.00
Training Includes:
  • Certificate of Attendance
  • All resources and training materials
  • An on-demand recording will be available after the live presentation.

Legal expert Daniel Cotter will explain how the end of the foreclosure moratorium will affect your financial institution. You will learn how to handle mortgages currently in default.

What You'll Learn

  • How does the Supreme Court decision limit you from proceeding with foreclosures?
  • What impact does the pandemic continue to have on defaults?
  • What action should you take since the moratorium ended?
  • How do student loan debt protections affect financial institutions?
  • What will increased defaults mean for your institution?

Training Overview

How will the abrupt end to the CDC eviction moratorium affect your institution? Learn how to proceed with foreclosures now.

On August 26, the long-standing and extended moratorium on evictions and foreclosures ended in a Supreme Court decision.

The previous order defined eviction to “not prohibit foreclosure on a home mortgage.” With the end of this order, financial institutions are wondering what actions are authorized now.

You need to understand the rights of your institution to proceed with foreclosures.

  • How does the Supreme Court decision limit you from proceeding with foreclosures?
  • What impact does the pandemic continue to have on defaults?
  • What action should you take since the moratorium ended?
  • How do student loan debt protections affect financial institutions?
  • What will increased defaults mean for your institution?

Who Should Attend?

  • Chief executives

  • Board members

  • Senior management

  • Compliance officers

  • Auditors

  • Managers

  • Loan officers

  • Loan processors

  • Marketing staff

Expert Presenter

Daniel A. Cotter

  • Attorney and counselor with Howard & Howard in Chicago, Illinois

  • Spent almost 17 years in-house at insurance organizations, focusing on insurance, regulatory, technology, IT, compliance, and transactional matters

  • Worked as an accountant at CAN Financial for over five years

  • Previously an adjunct professor at The John Marshall Law School, teaching Insurance Law, Accounting for Lawyers, and SCOTUS Judicial Biography

  • Completed the Illinois CPA exam

  • Author of The Chief Justices, published in 2019

  • B.A. in accounting from Monmouth College

  • Graduated from The John Marshall Law School

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