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Jeffrey D. Adams to Moderate Discussion on Curbing Litigation Costs and Developing Economic Efficiencies in the Residential Mortgage Space: In-House Counsel Perspectives Print PDF

10.15.2018

Jeffrey D. Adams will be moderating a panel of in-house counsel in a discussion on Curbing Litigation Costs and Developing Economic Efficiencies in the Residential Mortgage Space: In-House Counsel Perspectives on October 22, 2018 at the American Conference Institute's Residential Mortgage Regulatory Enforcement & Litigation Conference. The discussion will include in-house counsel’s expectations of outside counsel, and their thoughts and insight in a number of areas including:

  • Selecting and retaining outside counsel to manage litigation in areas including bankruptcy, TCPA, mortgage servicing, fraud, and other niche areas of the residential mortgage arena
  • Surveying alternative billing methods other than hourly billing
  • Maintaining the litigation budget while staying within deadlines imposed by the court
  • Overcoming challenges with litigation tools such as e-discovery, technology, and other facets of the litigation that can impose multiple burdens on the company

For more information, or to register for the event, please see the link below:

https://www.americanconference.com/residential-mortgage-regulatory-enforcement-litigation-2/agenda/curbing-litigation-costs-developing-economic-efficiencies-residential-mortgage-space-house-counsel-perspectives/

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