Webinar: Navigating New York’s Foreclosure Process Post-COVID-19Read Time: 1 min
Critical Updates and Considerations Relating to Litigation and Portfolio Management
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Thursday, March 3, 2022
1:30 – 3:00 p.m. EST
Join McGlinchey’s New York Consumer Financial Services Team for a 90-minute interactive webinar discussing New York foreclosure practice in light of the end of the hardship moratorium. Topics will include the impact of the Kessler decision and compliance with RPAPL § 1304, the interplay of dismissals and the statute of limitations, updates on current post-COVID-19 status and settlement conferences, and best practices and tips for successful motion practice.
Margaret “Peggy” Cascino will lead a dynamic discussion with Mikelle Bliss, Dana Carrera, and guest speaker Professor Patrick Connors from Albany Law School, regarding:
- Changes in New York practice and procedure caused by COVID-19, including the end of the hardship stay moratorium
- The Second Department’s decisions in Kessler and Dente, including practical considerations for pending cases
- Special considerations for conducting a statute of limitations analysis, including tolling, the effect of the COVID-19 executive orders which stayed foreclosure proceedings, bankruptcy holds, and litigation in prior foreclosure actions
- Dismissals under CPLR § 3215(c) and CPLR § 3216 and the applicability of New York’s 6-month savings statute
- Best practices for handling settlement conferences
- New procedural requirements for summary judgment motions, including the new inclusion of a statement of material facts
- Practical tips for successful motion practice, including meeting the business records exception to the hearsay rule
1.0 hour of CLE credit pending approval
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